Kenya Airways seeks 5-year waiver on $1.9 billion Afrexim loan
Ishka examines Kenya Airways’ breach of terms on its $1.9 billion syndicated loan arranged by the African Export-Import Bank to fund 20 aircraft and its effort to obtain a payment holiday and lease reductions.
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