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Emerging Market Credit Daily Roundup: 21 November 2017

Zimbabwe’s Mugabe resigns after 37 years in power – Turkey bond yields spike as sovereign issues TRY457.8mn 5-years – ADNOC signs USD6bn dual-tranche loan – Kalashnikov diversifies into cargo ship production ahead of privatization - Egypt's Food Industries Holding signed EGP2.5bn revolving credit facility – China’s debt could soar to 327% of GDP by 2022 – ISDA prepares to set out terms of Venezuela debt restructuring - South African Treasury sold record ZAR3.3bn multi-tranche bonds

Nov 21, 2017 // 5:51PM

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