Quick one-two from African sovereigns as Zambia follows Tanzania into loan market

The Republic of Zambia is in talks with banks for a $600m syndicated loan with a mandate expected to be awarded as soon as Friday. This comes as Tanzania considers bank responses for its own $700m loan.

  • By Michael Turner
  • 13 Sep 2013

Citi and Standard Chartered have teamed up in a combined pitch for the Zambia mandate. Standard Bank is also thought to be in talks with the borrower.

“There’s a lot of politics and a lot of it is based around whether they need the full amount,” said a ...

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