Thursday 15, March 2018 by Jessica Combes

Gulf companies look to capital markets as governments push structural reforms


Large Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) companies, many of which are government owned, will increasingly tap capital markets for funding over the next five years, pushed by structural reforms that regional governments are implementing to cope with the new reality of low oil prices, according to a report by Moody's Investors Service. 

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