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Emitel refinances existing loan

Friday 21 February 2020 | 16:54 CET | News
Poland operator Emitel has signed a loan agreement with a consortium of six banks, under which it secured financing of PLN 1.5 billion, with an option to increase to PLN 1.6 billion upon certain conditions.

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Companies: Emitel
Countries: Poland
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