According to the Bank’s website, IFC is considering a $10 million (m) IFC A Loan to Kamal Steel Limited, a leading steel bar manufacturer in Tanzania. The funding will be utilized mainly to support incremental working capital at its wholly owned subsidiary, Kamal CISCO Cape Town Iron & Steel Works Limited in Cape Town, South Africa and also to support repayment of Kamal’s debt taken to acquire CISCO.
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Kamal Steel Limited
Mr. Anand Shankaran
Plot No. 188/2, Mwakalinga Road, Chnag’ombe Industrial Area, PO Box 10392, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
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