This transaction concerns the financing of a new state of the art crude oil storage and blending facility in the Port of Saldanha Bay, South Africa.
FMO and two other development finance institutions being DEG (Germany) and the Industrial Development Company of South Africa, jointly aim to support the construction of the new oil storage facility.
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