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Oman seeks $2 billion bridge loan from banks

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Oman seeks $2 billion bridge loan from banksDUBAI - Oman is seeking a $2 billion bridge loan from international and regional banks, a source familiar with the matter said on Friday, confirming a report by LPC, a fixed income news service owned by Refinitiv....
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Oman seeks $2 billion bridge loan from banks

Oman seeks $2 billion bridge loan from banks
DUBAI - Oman is seeking a $2 billion bridge loan from international and regional banks, a source familiar with the matter said on Friday, confirming a report by...
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