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Oman is considering raising a loan of as much as $2 billion, two people familiar with the plans said, just weeks after the Middle East's biggest non-OPEC producer sold $6.5 billion of bonds.Repeated calls to Oman's Finance Ministry weren't answered.Oman became the first Gulf Cooperation Council country to tap international capital markets this year to bridge a budget deficit brought on by lower oil prices. The country last year raised $7 billion from two bond sales as it sought to bridge a budget deficit brought on by lower oil prices.
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