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in which a parent firm finances a
firm in another
, without a cross-border
. An Indian firm, for example, borrows dollars to finance its US subsidiary and lends the
in rupees to the Indian subsidiary of a US firm. In both cases, the parent firms remain
for loans made to their subsidiaries. A parallel
is a type of
. See also
back to back loan
letter of credi...
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