Belarus back for dollars as it bids to find support to fund weak economy

By Virginia Furness
15 Jun 2017

Belarus will hit the road next week for a dual tranche dollar offering, in what could be its first successful attempt to access the market since 2011. Its economy is expected to contract 0.5% in 2017.

The deal will be the lowest rated from a sovereign issuer so far this year. Belarus is rated Caa1/B-/B- and has appointed Citi and Raiffeisen Bank International as joint lead managers to arrange fixed income meetings beginning on Monday for benchmark bonds with five and

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