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These rules foresee, in particular, that a company can receive rescue aid only once in ten years, to avoid that ailing companies are kept artificially alive with taxpayers' money (the so-called "one-time/last-time principle").
6 bln euros to supplement the 10 bln rescue aid from the EU, ECB and IMF.
Eurozone finance ministers are meeting in Brussels today with rescue aid for Cyprus high on the agenda.
MANAMA: The Cabinet yesterday decided to provide humanitarian and rescue aid worth $2 million (BD5,304,688) from the Bahrain Committee for Humanitarian Aid's account for Syrian refugees who fled their country due to the exacerbating situation there.
The cabinet decided to provide humanitarian and rescue aids worth USD 2 million, which will be paid from Bahrain Committee for Humanitarian Aids account and consigned by the Royal Charity Organisation, for the Syrian refugees who emigrated from their country due to the exacerbating situation there.
Mr Rajoy was speaking a day after the ECB warned it would only help lower a country's borrowing costs if that country's government applied for rescue aid from the rescue funds set up by the 17 countries that use the euro.
Worry about Greece was also revived following reports that the International Monetary Fund could cut off any more rescue aid to Greece.
Summary: Spanish borrowing prices hit a new historic high on Tuesday after a second region said it too may seek rescue aid, roiling world markets already hit by a surprise ratings warning to Germany.