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In the United States the amount of student loan debt recently surpassed credit card debt, hitting the $1 trillion mark in 2012. However, that $1 trillion rapidly grew by 50% to $1. 5 trillion as of 2018. In other countries such loans are underwritten by governments or sponsors. Many student loans are structured in special ways because of the difficulty of predicting students' future earnings. These structures may be in the form of soft loans, income-sensitive repayment loans, income-contingent repayment loans and so on. Because student loans provide repayment records for credit rating, and may also indicate their earning potential, student loan default can cause serious problems later in life as an individual wishes to make a substantial purchase on credit such as purchasing a vehicle or buying a house, since defaulters are likely to be classified as subprime, which means the loan may be refused or more difficult to arrange and certainly more expensive than for someone with a perfect repayment record.

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The dimensions of the B series paper sizes, as defined by ISO 216, are given in the table below in both millimetres and inches (cm measurements can be obtained by dividing the mm value by 10). The B Series paper size chart is a visual explanation of how the B paper sizes relate to each other.

Many paper size standards conventions have existed at different times and in different countries. Today, the A and B series of ISO 216 , which includes the commonly used A4 size, are the international standard used by almost every country. However, in many countries in the Americas as well as in the Philippines , the North American series of paper sizes such as ' Letter ' and ' Legal ' is more prevalent. [1]

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Diamonds of Russia. Russia, as well as Canada and Australia - a country with huge mineral reserves. All three countries have become important producers of diamonds. Actually Russia is the world's second country, on extraction of diamonds, (after Botswana). Russia currently produces about 21% of the diamonds in the world. Extraction of diamonds in Russia is carried out generally in the Republic of Sakha in northeast Russia, near the Arctic Circle. Today in the world the majority of industrial diamonds — synthetic stones. In 2010 the Geological service of the USA has reported: "About 1,4% of all industrial diamonds, and on a share of synthetic diamonds — the rest fall to the share of natural diamonds". The cost of production of artificial diamonds has significantly decreased for the last several decades. Now it is cheaper to do induustrial diamonds, than to extract them. In 2010 world production of synthetic industrial diamonds was about 4,38 billion carats for the sum from 1,65 to 2,50 billion US dollars. On average the price is about 50 cents for carat or less. The Chinese companies produce more than 90% of synthetic diamonds. Russia as the country produces more precious diamonds than any other countries, including Botswana. It produces diamonds and their artificially produce for a long time. Russians have considerable experience in extraction of diamonds, productions of synthetic diamonds, and also use of diamonds as industrial material. JSC ALROSA and the state diamond-mining companies of Russia, makes more natural diamonds, than any other companies in the world and are a large producer of synthetic diamonds.