Clock ticking for Russian and CIS loans as price talk drags on, banks’ appetite wanes

25 Oct 2007

Bankers this week expressed renewed concerns about forthcoming loans in Russia and the CIS, as discussions over pricing and structures continued to delay the launch of transactions in the region.

"Borrowers want one lot of terms and conditions and lenders are telling them another," said one official. "Now we’re ...

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