ECB: External Commercial Borrowing: It is a term loan denominated in foreign currency (eg. $, £). Firms having significant exports to foreign countries earn the respective foreign currency inflow. Hence, it may be beneficial for them to borrow in that currency, especially when interest rates are much lower there. In absence of exports, however, cost of hedging almost nullifies the advantage of lower interest rates.
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