MOSCOW, July 30- Sberbank CIB, the investment-banking arm of top Russian bank Sberbank, said on Thursday it had organized a syndicated loan for Belarussian potash producer Belaruskali. Sberbank CIB said in a statement the loan was for 550 million euros, for five years and secured by a guarantee from the Belarussian government. It said the credit facility was...» Read More
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