Spanish Word for reimbursable  

English Word: reimbursable

Spanish Word: reembolsable
The Spanish Word for reimbursable
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Translated sentences containing 'reimbursable'
The deposit is not reimbursable.
El depósito no es reembolsable.

They must be reimbursable, with the customs duty paid by the exporter becoming a 'tax credit' deductible from purchases from the importer's economy.
Deben ser reembolsables, con los derechos de aduana soportados por el exportador convertidos en un «crédito fiscal» deducible mediante compra en la economía del importador.
This customs credit would be reimbursable, that is to say, it would be higher than the sum of the customs duty paid, for example by the ACP country.
Dicho crédito aduanero sería bonificable, es decir, sería más elevado que el importe del derecho de aduana soportado, por ejemplo, por el país ACP.
Today there are significant differences within the EU as regards both the quality of health services and the reimbursable amounts.
Hoy por hoy hay diferencias significativas dentro de la UE, tanto en lo que respecta a la calidad de los servicios sanitarios como en las cantidades reembolsables.
According to the experts, assistance provided in the form of a preferential loan or guarantee is better in the long term than non-reimbursable aid.
Según los expertos, la asistencia prestada en forma de garantía o préstamo preferente es mejor a largo plazo que la ayuda no reembolsable.
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