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2016-02-07T23:16:13+05:30
Higher cost of borrowing means the amount of money that you are required to pay in your attempt of raising the finance.For e.g, if you take a loan from a bank at the rate of 10% per annum,then this 10% interest is your cost of borrowing.Suppose you had an option to borrow at the rate 6% per annum and in place of that you took the 10% one,then that's costing you more.In other words,that's the higher cost of borrowing. I hope it serves your query. :)
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