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China to sign some $24 billion in loans to Bangladesh as Xi visits

DHAKA/BEIJING (Reuters) - China is set to sign off on loans worth over $24 billion to Bangladesh during President Xi Jinping's visit on Friday, Dhaka's biggest foreign credit line to date that will help it build power plants, a seaport and railways.
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