Concern rises at exposure to Afghanistan’s neighbours as regional conflict deepens

  • 12 Oct 2001
There has been little investment into Central Asia beyond EBRD credit lines for infrastructure and related projects. But for those international banks that have lent to the countries bordering Afghanistan, the escalating tension in the area has become a concern. Of the five countries, the Islamic Republic ...

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