Arab Maritime Seeks $120-M Loan For New Tankers

Monday, July 26, 1999
Arab Maritime Petroleum Transport Co. is reportedly raising $120 million to partly finance new tankers for its fleet and to help refinance existing loans, bankers said on Sunday.
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