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Uralkaly Seeks $1.4 BLN Loan
11.09.2013 18:46
Uralkaly Seeks $1.4 BLN Loan
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Uralkaly has announced it is seeking $1.4 billion loans from Sberbank and VTB, two of Russia's biggest lending institutions, says Vedomosti

      It says it needs the funds to pay off a short-term debt and pins hopes on a pending lucrative deal with China.

      It now needs a go-ahead from its shareholders but the situation is complicated by the arrest of its head in Belarus and rumours of the change of the major shareholder. 




Author: Mikhail Vesely

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