|Issuer Name||Ministry of Finance - Egypt|
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HSBC Saudi Arabia Limited
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The speed of decline in Saudi Arabia's foreign reserves slowed in July after the government began issuing domestic debt to cover part of a budget deficit created by low oil prices, central bank data showed.Reuters, 27 Aug 2015
Lebanese government approved the issuance of treasury bonds in foreign currencies, the government said.Reuters, 27 Aug 2015
Saudi budget faces plunging oil prices, declining reserves and an increase in military spending.Zawya, 27 Aug 2015
Tightening conditions in Oman's money market show some of the challenges Gulf Arab oil exporting countries face as governments issue more debt to cover budget deficits created by cheap oil.Reuters, 26 Aug 2015
As conflict rages on, Iraqi Kurdistan badly needs foreign investment.The Gulf , 26 Aug 2015
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