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JBIC Finances Venezuela

The Japan Bank for International Cooperation (“JBIC”) is certainly not resting on its laurels as it continues to offer foreign shipowners export finance for their ship orders in Japan. It was just two months ago when JBIC provided K-Line Offshore two separate loans worth USD 170 million for the financing of two offshore support vessels, and this time it has concluded a JPY 19.6 billion (USD 238 million) loan agreement with Panavenflot Corp. Panavenflot is the Panamanian subsidiary of PDV Marina S.A., which is owned by Venezuela’s state-run oil corporation Petroleos de Venezuela, SA. JBIC together with Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp will jointly provide Panavenflot the export credit facility to finance the construction of four 104,300-dwt Aframax tankers to be built by Japan’s Sumitomo Heavy Industries Marine & Engineering. Trading house Itochu Corp acted as the intermediary between the yard and the Venezuelan owner.

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