ICICI Bank, Korea Exim Bank sign $200 mn loan pact

ICICI Bank, Korea Exim Bank sign $200 mn loan pact
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First Published: Tue, Aug 21 2007. 02 35 PM IST
Updated: Tue, Aug 21 2007. 02 35 PM IST
Mumbai: India’s largest private sector bank ICICI and Export-Import Bank of Korea, an official export credit agency supporting Korean companies, on 21 August signed a loan agreement for a line of credit.
Under this agreement ICICI Bank’s Hong Kong branch would avail $200 million revolving line of credit from Korea Exim Bank, ICICI Bank announced on 21 August at a press conference here.
This line of credit would be utilised by ICICI Bank to finance the foreign currency requirement of Indian companies as also companies from the neighbouring countries having equity participation by Korean companies or having business relationship with them.
This line of credit is the first of its kind to be extended by the Korea Exim Bank to any bank in the world.
The agreement was signed by KV Kamath, MD and CEO of ICICI Bank and Cheon-sik Yang, Chairman and President of Export-Import Bank of Korea.
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First Published: Tue, Aug 21 2007. 02 35 PM IST
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