CP Pipeline fills up, HellenicTelecom and IKB set to sign

  • 25 Apr 2003
The dearth of new EuroCP programmes that characterised the first quarter of the year looks to be over. Bankers say that the pipeline for new programmes is building steadily, with names including Hellenic Telecommunication Organisation and IKB Deutsche Industriebank set to sign facilities in the ...

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