EBR

(redirected from Exchequer Borrowing Requirement)
AcronymDefinition
EBREast Baton Rouge
EBRExtended Boot Record (computing)
EBREngin Blindé de Reconnaissance (French: Armored Reconnaissance Vehicle)
EBREncyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception
EBRExperimental Breeder Reactor
EBRElectron Beam Recorder
EBRExtended Boot Record
EBRExternal Beam Radiation
EBREmbedded Block Ram
EBREnvironmental Bill of Rights (Ontario, Canada)
EBREuropean Business Register (European Economic Interest Group)
EBRElectronic Book Review (peer-reviewed journal)
EBREnhanced Battle Rifle
EBREstablished Business Relationship
EBRElectronic Batch Record
EBRExperience Based Repair
EBREdge Bead Removal (semiconductor wafer manufacturing)
EBRExternal Beam Radiotherapy
EBRElectron-Beam Recording
EBRErik Buell Racing (East Troy, WI)
EBREfficacité Biologique Relative (French: Relative Biological Effectiveness)
EBREvil Black Rifle (slang for black color of AR-15 rifle)
EBREvidence Based Research, Inc (Vienna, Virginia)
EBREquity Backing Ratio
EBREnhanced Bit Rate
EBREnterprise Backup and Restore
EBRExtra-Budgetary Resources (India)
EBRExchequer Borrowing Requirement (Ireland)
EBREast Border Region (Ireland)
EBREndogenous Biological Regulators
EBREagle Board of Review (scouting)
EBRExtended Business Reporting
EBRElgin B. Robertson, Inc. (Dallas, Texas)
EBRElectronic Badge Reader
EBRExternal Backup and Restore
EBREffective Bit Rate
EBRExtended Bandwidth Request
EBREvents-Based Routing
EBREvidence Based Reimbursement
EBREuropean Blue Review (UK TV show)
EBREnhanced Book Replacement
EBRExecutive Business Review
EBRElectronic Business Relationship (e-business term relating to customer relationship management)
EBRExclusive Buyers Realty (San Antonio, Texas)
EBREconomic Based Reliability
References in periodicals archive ?
These revenues will also reduce the Exchequer Borrowing Requirement and subsequently reduce Irelands debt ratio by almost 1% of GDP in 2016.
The outturn for the Exchequer Borrowing Requirement (EBR) in 1991 amounted to Ir 501 [pounds] million (2.
A target was adopted to reduce the Exchequer borrowing requirement (EBR) by between 6 and 8 percentage points of GNP in three years.
Following the sharp fall in the underlying Exchequer Borrowing Requirement (EBR) in per cent of GNP in 1988, further progress was made in 1989, the EBR falling to 2.
The stance of fiscal policy continues to be moderately restrictive; a further small reduction in the Exchequer borrowing requirement is likely in 1990, to about 2 per cent of GNP.
The outturn for the Exchequer borrowing requirement in 1989 was 2 1/2 per cent of GNP, already below the original medium-term target (3 per cent) set for 1993 in the National Development Plan announced in 1989.
The ratio of the Exchequer borrowing requirement to GNP fell markedly (by 6.