Nervous months ahead for Turkish borrowers

  • 08 Jan 1999
TURKISH borrowers will find it hard this year to beat 1998, in terms of successfully syndicated deals.

Nearly every 1998 deal was oversubscribed and apart from the final two months of the year, liquidity, or the lack of it, was not an issue.

However, the ...

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