Garuda Finalizes Deal With European Credit Agencies

Garuda Indonesia has signed an agreement with European Credit Agencies covering $277 million in debt, paving the way for it to have an initial public offering (IPO) early next year. A Garuda spokesman says the national carrier still plans to have its IPO in February. He says under the deal with the...

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