It was an astonishing year for Russian and CIS borrowers. From being the darlings of the new issue market, Kazakh banks fell spectacularly out of favour, and the shockwaves spread to the rest of the region. To get deals away in early 2008, borrowers will have to face the new market paradigms: swift execution and flexibility on pricing. Joanne O’connor reports.
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