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Ghana seeks bridge financing upto $1 billion
The memo said the government would also issue a eurobond of up to $1.5 billion in the second half of the year to retire the bridge finance, refinance domestic and external debt and fund 2015 capital expenditure.
Qatar Amir’s visit to focus on investments
The talks will focus on investment opportunities from Qatar to India as well as possible prospects for Indian firms — in engineering, procurement and construction sectors — in major infrastructure projects in Qatar, said an external affairs ministry spokesperson.
EU pledges €2 billion Greek aid
Tsipras told to come up ‘in next days’ with a raft of budget cuts and tax increases
Holcim-Lafarge deal gets back on track
Share exchange ratio altered in Holcim’s favour
After 2014 rebound, Irish economy seen to continue strong growth
Ranked among the world’s top 10 “economically free” economies in an index created by free-market economists, Ireland is known to have a “freer” economic model than the US, the UK and all of Europe.
Australia signals approval of China-led AIIB; Japan divided
The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper reported that Canberra could formally decide to sign up to the AIIB when the full cabinet meets on Monday.
Opec’s Gulf core steels for wait
US shale drilling may be slowing, but not fast enough for group to change policy
India raises record $17 billion through bandwidth sale
For the government, the money raised will help plug the fiscal deficit.
Sri Lanka probes 2010 stocks surge
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe tasked a parliamentary committee with probing allegations of fraud, which he said had been swept under the carpet by the previous administration.
Reserve Bank of India may lose control over govt bonds
The move is part of a major overhaul of the financial system that aims to deepen bond markets by increasing the participation of retail investors and improve the transmission of monetary policy, the sources said.
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