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  • "Everyone's facing a major cash squeeze ."
  • "The situation Nissan is facing at this point would not necessarily imply a cash squeeze, " he said.
  • "They don't have a cash squeeze.
  • Failing to raise money by selling or spinning off CIT could put Tyco in a severe cash squeeze.
  • Conversation centered on the cash squeeze gripping the media industry and the new scrutiny of its accounting techniques.
  • Such an environment could also lead to lower-than-forecast returns in the company's huge pension funds and a cash squeeze.
  • While that might help the company in the long run, that could exacerbate the current cash squeeze, investors said.
  • Though Turkey's overall debt burden is moderate, its banks could face a serious cash squeeze without continued foreign credits.
  • The company's financial statements show evidence of a cash squeeze early last year even as Enron was reporting growing profits.
  • For now, QXL, which is Europe's version of eBay, dispelled any worries that it might be facing a cash squeeze.
  • Fuel just ended up getting the best of them . . . . They just got caught in a cash squeeze,
  • "Most of the OPEC countries are in a cash squeeze, " said Peter Bogin of Cambridge Energy Research Associates in Paris.
  • To ease its cash squeeze, France Telecom cut off financing for its money-losing German wireless affiliate, MobilCom, just after Bon resigned.
  • The cash squeeze could not only put pressure on Brazil's current account deficit but spark another flood of foreign investment outflows.
  • Separately, Standard & Poor's said on Wednesday that many power producers might face a cash squeeze if their credit ratings dropped further.
  • British Energy has suffered a cash squeeze due to a sharp drop in electricity prices and technical problems at its power stations.
  • Shares in the beleaguered Swiss-Swedish industry group ABB Ltd . dropped sharply Friday amid fears that the company faces a cash squeeze.
  • The schools, which have minuscule endowments by American standards, are facing a cash squeeze as cost-conscious governments stem the flow of subsidies.
  • The result is a cycle in which bad news begets a faster rush for the exits, which in turn worsens Korea's cash squeeze.
  • Higher deposits would help ease a cash squeeze in the financial system which has caused a number of banks difficulties in meeting commitments.
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