backdoor financing


backdoor financing
backdoor financing ECON, FIN, POL Finanzierung f durch die Hintertür (Finanzierung über intransparente öffenliche Nebenhaushalte = subsidiary budgets, z. B. die Verschuldung im Zusammenhang mit der Finanzierung der deutschen Vereinigung ab 1990, durch die staatseigene KfW oder durch die Finanzmarktstabilisierungsanstalt = FMSA = Financial Market Stabilization Agency, eine unselbstständige Anstalt des öffenlichen Rechts errichtet nach dem Zusammenbruch einer großen Wallstreet-Investmentbank im Oktober 2008 zur Bekämpfung der Wirtschafts- und Finanzmarktkrise)

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