Jun 24, 2009
Transnet finalising plans for a R5bn global bond issueBack
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Transnet had recently recommitted itself to an R80,5-billion five-year capital programme, and had budgeted for a R12,9-billion funding shortfall in 2009/10, as it prepared to spend nearly R22-billion on capital projects in that financial year.
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