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Citigroup Inc. sees Middle East bond sales rebounding from their slowest start since 2012 as companies rush to lock in cheap interest rates before next year.Citigroup is the second biggest manager of bond deals, climbing from 13th position a year ago, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The bank has been particularly active working on deals in countries such as Egypt and Lebanon, which have been among the biggest issuers, she said.Citigroup worked on all of these deals and expects similar deals to come in the rest of the year.
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