English version

distress borrowing

From Longman Business Dictionarydistress borrowingdisˈtress ˌborrowing [uncountable] when a person or company is forced to borrow money because they are in need of money or just in order to keep going or keep tradingA rise in interest rates, particularly if it deepens a recession, may force many firms into distress borrowing merely to survive. borrowing
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