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Sovcomflot secures credit deals worth USD 1.26 billion

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State-owned Russian tanker carrier Sovcomflot has secured new financing for a total of USD 1.26 billion. The money will be used to serve maturing debt and fund the nine tankers which the carrier purchased earlier this year.


BY NIKLAS KRIGSLUND
Published 09.09.16 at 10:39

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