August 2004
Middle East;Aug/Sep2004, Issue 348, p38
This article presents information related to business and finance. The Japan Bank for International Cooperation has signed an agreement for a yen-denominated export credit line totalling ¥8bn with Turkiye Is Bankasi A.S., a private commercial bank in the Republic of Turkey. Qatar and ExxonMobil Qatar GTL Ltd. have announced they have entered into a Heads of Agreement for an approximately $7bn, Gas-to-Liquid project.


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