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Ukraine: Ukrzaliznytsia receives $300 million from bonds’ placement

JSC Ukrzaliznytsia has already received funds from the July placement of Eurobonds, the press service of the Ministry of Infrastructure reports. “Following meetings with investors and pricing, JSC Ukrzaliznytsia attracted financing in the amount of $300 million by issuing 5-year bonds. The funds are already on the company’s accounts,” reads the report. The ministry reminded…

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Georgia: money transfers up in June 2021

Georgia received $201.9 million from abroad in June, up by 19.3% YoY, the National Bank of Georgia reported. Russia ($39.08 million), Italy ($31.70 million) and the United States ($24.98 million) were the largest remittance senders in June. Overall, the vast majority (94.3%) of all money transfers from abroad came from 19 countries. Last month, remittances…

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Lithuania: banks to step up checks on Belarus payments amid EU sanctions

Lithuanian banks will be making more thorough checks of international payments to Belarusian companies that might fall under the EU sectoral sanctions. The checks are needed to enforce the European Union’s targeted economic sanctions on Belarus, the Association of Lithuanian Banks (LBA) says. Bank clients are warned that financial institutions might ask to provide additional…

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