Dec. 15 (Bloomberg) -- CBZ Bank Ltd., Zimbabwe’s biggest bank by assets, said it will be selling $50 million worth of bonds today to fund infrastructure projects in the southern African country.
The offer closes on Jan. 28, the Harare-based lender said in a statement published in the Herald newspaper today. The sale is being underwritten by the African Export-Import Bank, it said.
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