Sberbank extends Belaruskali loan after Uralkali dispute

Belaruskali has extended the tenor of a $1bn loan, as the potash producer prepares for sustained volatility in the potash market following the breakup of the Belarus Potash Co joint venture, widely described as a cartel.

  • By Michael Turner
  • 14 Oct 2013

The $1bn three year facility was originally provided by Sberbank Corporate and Investment Bank and Eurasian Development Bank in October 2012. 

Sberbank has now agreed to refinance the entire loan and extend its tenor to four years (2016). EDB's portion of the loan has been repaid. 

The facility has a ...

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