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For military personnel, the list gives website information for numerous military aid societies which offer financial planning as well as emergency loan funds and grants for those in need.
The euro area now seems to be moving more explicitly towards debt relief via EFSF-funded purchases of secondary market debt," JPMorgan economist David Mackie wrote in a research note, referring to the eurozone's 440 billion euro emergency loan fund, which as it stands would not have enough resources to bail out Italy.
It has set up an emergency loan fund to assist those students affected by the delays.
Rick Schuster, executive director of the foundation, said the funds will go into the Student Services Emergency Grant Fund, which was established last school year to replace the emergency loan fund.
The Emergency Loan Fund enables nonprofits to stay afloat and continue to provide critically important services that impact people throughout our region.
has created two short-term emergency loan funds to assist businesses hurt by the World Trade Center tragedy.
The warning came as bosses at Jaguar Land Rover - which is seeking up to pounds 1 billion in emergency loan funds - said they viewed the package as a "long-term" benefit.
Emergency loan funds may be used to: -- Restore or replace essential property.