Tapping the markets

Album, Andrew
February 1997
Middle East;Feb97, Issue 264, p25
Reports on the entry of Middle East-based companies into the markets of Europe and North America through the issuance of depositary receipts. Success of global depository receipts (GDR) from Egypt's Commercial International Bank; Suez Cement's retention of United States-based investment bank Salomon Brothers to co-ordinate a GDR issue.


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