Kazakh Wealth Fund Eyes Tenge Debt, EBRD Loans as Economy SlumpsBy
Managing director says slowdown is `biggest challenge'
Samruk-Kazyna seeks to cut debt burden via privatizations
Kazakhstan’s sovereign wealth fund is weighing asset sales, loans from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and a move into local-currency borrowing as it seeks to reduce its $17.3 billion debt load.
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