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1shortfall (in sth)
- We have now been told by our insurer that a shortfall is likely and we were not warned at the outset.
- If your investment performs badly you could face a shortfall at the end of the mortgage term.
- The group may be forced to bridge the shortfall by selling some of its assets or securing more debt.
- It all adds up to bigger and bigger revenue shortfalls and the need for more and more spending cuts.
- After all, the current shortfalls stem in part from companies trying to get by with paying less.
- They said another factor contributing to the patient pile-up is a staff shortfall.
- You could keep the policy going and look at other alternatives to repay the remaining shortfall.
- Supply shortfalls could plague China for at least two more years, Liang believes.
- If bus operators no longer receive this money they will be forced to find ways to make up the shortfall in income.
- I have been warned to expect a significant shortfall on my mortgage endowment.
- The city centre manager told us it was all to do with a staff shortfall.
- I am not worried on a personal level but I do think that there will be a huge shortfall throughout the country.
- Among the problems he correctly identifies is the shortfall in qualified staff in the NHS.
- Pensions organisations have warned that many people could face shortfalls in their pensions.
- If you have a problem in making up the extra cash needed to cover the possible shortfall, don't just do nothing.
- However, this view of overseas property agencies is the reason for many of the shortfalls in the industry.
- It's been hard to miss the various headlines about shortfalls in endowment mortgages over the last few days.
- This resulted in serious shortfalls in the projected revenue stream.
- Maize shortfalls are also projected for Lesotho, Swaziland and Zimbabwe.
- Millions are facing shortfalls on their endowments, an investment product sold heavily in the 1980s.
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