Banks agree loan

February 1997
Middle East;Feb97, Issue 264, p31
Reports on Saudi Basic Industries Corp.'s (SABIC) arrangement of an $850 million term loan to finance the construction of Ibn Rushd. Technical support SABIC will provide Ibn Rushd.


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