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25 October 2019

Russian corporate borrowing: Is de-dollarisation the answer to sanctions?

Metals and Mining
Commodities content manager
De-dollarisation in Russia is on the rise. And with already limited access to the international syndicated loan markets in the face of US sanctions, euro-denominated funding is providing a lower cost of debt for commodity-linked Russian borrowers.

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