Telia-Sonera, Autoliv herald further busy year for Nordics

  • 04 Apr 2003
Banks were signed into two new facilities for the Nordic region this week amid signs that the sector will continue to be busy throughout the rest of 2003. The first was the Eu1bn facility for Sweden's Telia-Sonera, the second a $700m facility for automotive safety systems manufacturer Autoliv. ...

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