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Outstanding Loans

This is the total amount of loans the corporation received. Corporations take loans to cover for bad periods and they need money to invest in higher efficiency and to increase their product quality. Corporations also keep large quantities of raw materials in stock to make sure they can continue their production and do not need to stop due to lack of materials. These materials cost large amounts of money and are frequently financed by loans. If loans get out of hand, the corporation is tagged as near bankruptcy and if loans keep going up, the corporation may bankrupt and close.

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Outstanding Loans This is the total amount of loans the corporation received. Corporations take loans to cover for bad periods and they need money to invest in higher efficiency and to increase their product quality. Corporations also keep large quantities of raw materials in stock to make sure they can continue their production and do not need to stop due to lack of materials. These materials cost large amounts of money and are frequently financed by loans. If loans get out of hand, the corporation is tagged as near bankruptcy and if loans keep going up, the corporation may bankrupt and close.