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Djibouti receives $11 million grant from the European Union

Djibouti has received $11 million grant from the European Union to help the country in looking for ways to solve the current problem in potable water and its scarcity of supply.

Nebula bags USD3.5 million new debt funding

According to a court filing yesterday, Nebula has taken in USD3.5 million worth of new debt financing from undisclosed investors, reported Venture Beat...

Dropbox raises $500M in debt funding

San Francisco, US-based cloud storage giant Dropbox has raised $500 million in a debt funding reportedly led by JP Morgan for the construction of its new data centers, according to a source familiar w..

Spanish lender BMN to sell shares to pay back state-back rescue fund

Banco Mare Nostrum has intended to sell its shares before the deadline of the state funded bailout aid it received before the 2017 deadline...

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UK commercial real estate investors ready for more debt as property market rebounds
According to a report, commercial real estate investors in the UK are looking to take on more debt with the continued resurgence in the commercial property market.
China to record its first corporate bond default at USD427 billion debt due approaches
A Bloomberg report noted that China's massive CNY2.6 trillion or USD427 billion corporate debt is due next year, indicating a possibility that the country could default on its payments for the first t
GBP875,000 loan causes Strategic Natural Resources shares jump over 75%
The GBP875,000 loan extended by property and technology entrepreneur Andrew Ruhan to his brother Gabriel, who runs Strategic Natural Resources, was intended to pay off creditors.
Polish lawmakers approves pension system overhaul to cancel government bonds
Lawmakers of the Sejm or the Polish Lower House of Parliament approved changes in the country's pension system to takeover government bonds currently held by 14 privately-run pension funds.
Kazarian calls for alternative accounting to enable Greece's return to debt markets
Paul Kazarian, founder of Japonica Partners & Co and known for his purchase of Greek bonds, told Bloomberg in an interview that Greece needs to adopt corporate accounting practices if it is to return
Abe's cabinet approves USD182 billion economic stimulus plan for Japan
The JPY18.6 trillion or USD182 billion economic plan for Japan was approved by the state's cabinet under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The core of the package is the JPY5.5 trillion in spending measures
Square 1 Bank provides $4.5M loan to Chicago-based Sittercity
A USD 4.5 million credit facility was granted to Chicago-based online provider for in-home care Sittercity by Square 1 Bank, a bank that exclusively caters to the needs of entrepreneurs and the ventur
ThyssenKrupp's USD1.2 billion share sale not enough for turnaround - analysts
Analysts thought that ThyssenKrupp latest fundraising efforts, which was a USD1.2 billion share sale, was not enough to turn the company around from its dire financial straits.
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