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Indian private lenders signal stress in loan book
Two top Indian private-sector lenders signaled stress in their loan books as the banks grapple with the worst economic slowdown in years that has increased bad loans across the sector.
Kenya’s biggest bank chases down defaulters to stem loan losses
KCB Group Plc is pursuing defaulters as Kenya’s biggest lender combines recently purchased National Bank of Kenya Ltd. into its operations.
IMF to ship $5.4b to Argentina under standby loan deal
The International Monetary Fund board said it would ship $5.4 billion in cash to Argentina after approving a fourth review of a standby credit deal with the crisis-stricken South American nation.
IMF agrees to extend Sri Lanka's $1.5b loan by one year
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Friday said it has reached an agreement with Sri Lanka to extend a $1.5 billion-loan facility for an extra year, a move some analysts say could allow the government to boost spending ahead of key elections.
Iran gov’t gets clearance for $30b foreign finance
The Iranian government has been allowed to get up to $30 billion in finance from foreign lenders for infrastructure projects, a spokesman for the Parliament’s ad-hoc budget review committee said on Tuesday.
IMF board approves new Ukraine loan package, releases $1.4b immediately
The International Monetary Fund executive board on Tuesday gave final approval to a new loan package for Ukraine and released $1.4 billion for immediate use.
Tanzania loses Denmark aid over rights concerns after World Bank scraps loan
Tanzania’s second-biggest donor Denmark said it would withhold $10 million worth of aid money, citing concerns over human rights abuses and “unacceptable homophobic comments” made by a government official.
ADB approves $500m loan to develop state-of-the-art power plant in Bangladesh
The Asian Development Bank's (ADB) Board of Directors has approved a $500 million loan to develop a state-of-the-art 800 megawatt (MW) power plant in Khulna, Bangladesh, along with associated connections to natural gas and power transmission facilities.
UNIDO allocates low interest loan to energy efficiency projects in Iran
The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) has established a revolving fund for allocating a low interest loan to Industrial Energy Efficiency (IEE) projects in Iran.
Iran unveils details of loans paid to industry sector
The Iranian banking system paid over $29 billion in loans to industry and mining sectors during the eight months from March 21 to November 21, 2017.
China signs deal to provide Iran with $10b in loans
China signed an agreement with Iran to provide a credit line of $10 billion for its infrastructure projects – what is seen as the biggest economic deal between the two countries after the removal of sanctions against the Islamic Republic in 2016.
Bayern signs James Rodríguez on two-year loan
Bayern Munich signed James Rodríguez from Real Madrid in a two-year loan deal.
Iran, South Korea in final talks over $13b loan
Iran is preparing for a major credit line worth $13 billion from South Korea for several of its industrial projects within the next few weeks.
South Korea to extend $1b loan to Philippine infrastructure program
South Korea will extend a soft loan of $1 billion to a massive infrastructure development plan in the Philippines over the coming six years, industry sources said on Monday.
Real Madrid loan Odegaard to Heerenveen
Real Madrid sent Norway attacking midfielder Martin Odegaard on an 18-month loan to Dutch side Heerenveen.

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