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English definition of “non-performing”

non-performing

adjective ( also nonperforming)
 
 
FINANCE, BANKING used to describe a loan that is not being paid back in the way that was agreed: Banks do not have to declare loans as non-performing for a year after non-payment of interest.
FINANCE used to describe a business activity, asset, etc. that is not making a profit: They are restructuring and selling off non-performing assets.
(Definition of non-performing from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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