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Tag: interest

University tuition fees in England should be cut to £7,500, according to a review which would balance this by extending student loan repayments from 30 to 40 years. The government-commissioned review calls for better funding for students in vocational education. Maintenance grants to support poorer students, scrapped in 2016, should...
30.05.2019
All of Turkey’s real estate developers have launched a discount campaign with a lower interest rate to revive the market. The countrywide campaign was announced at a meeting in Istanbul on Aug. 28 with the participation of Environment and Urban Affairs Minister Murat Kurum. The campaign will take place between Aug. 29 and...
29.08.2018
THIS year's national wedding show was held at the Olympia Exhibition Center with an intense interest.
27.02.2018
The government is not shifting on plans to increase interest charges on student loans in England - which will rise to up to 6.1% from the autumn term.
15.08.2017