ABIDJAN, May 3- The African Export-Import Bank will seek to raise around $3 billion this year via Eurobonds, syndications and bi-lateral and institutional lending in order to finance its activities, the bank's president told Reuters. "We are going to issue a Eurobond very soon. We are going to go the syndicated loan market. » Read More
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