Croatia hires 4 investment banks for euro bond

Croatia has hired Citigroup, HSBC, Societe Generale and UniCredit to lead manage a euro bond, Reuters reported on Monday citing its sources.

Finance Minister Zdravko Mamic told Hina in mid-April that borrowing envisaged by year's budget amounted to one million euros, adding that government also planned to tap international markets.

Maric also said then that the government had not yet made a decision which market it would tap and in which currency the borrowing would be done.

Maric said he was closely monitoring the situation on financial markets which, according to him, is very good.

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