Vinalines aims to raise $600m as lenders return

Vietnam National Shipping Lines, or Vinalines, has mandated Credit Suisse to arrange a $600m financing package in the latest sign that international lenders are returning to the inflation-stricken Asian economy.

  • 23 Apr 2009

Helman Sitohang, Credit Suisse’s co-head of investment banking for Asia, exchanged contracts with Vinalines chairman Duong Chi Dung in Hong Kong on Monday, adding to the number of Vietnamese companies turning to the international markets to raise capital.

It is Vinalines’ second international loan, following a $200m facility ...

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