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WASHINGTON, April 20. /TASS/. Russian companies are gradually coming back to international debt markets, according to Deputy Finance Minister Maksim Oreshkin.
"Russian companies are gradually coming back to international debt markets, some of them report on consortium loans, eurobonds are being considered and discussed, all this means a direct decrease in capital outflow if such borrowings take place," he said.
After anti-Russia sanctions were imposed by a number of western countries last spring the international capital markets turned out to be almost closed for Russian companies.