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  • Nippon Export & Investment Insurance, known as NEXI, will insure the companies 'combined stake of 2.55 percent in the Carabobo-3 project, Kazuhiro Ishikawa, the director of the agency's legal group, said in an interview in Tokyo.

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  • Leading international credit-rating agencies and multilateral bodies such as NEXI, JBIC, the World Bank, and the Asian Development Bank have all responded to our economic performance by endorsing our enhanced credit worthiness.

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  • The Orinoco venture is the first major project NEXI will cover since the asset seizures last year, Ishikawa said.

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  • Since then, NEXI has provided insurance for an unspecified number of short-term sales contracts by Japanese companies to Venezuelan buyers, none valued at more than 500 million yen ($5.5 million), he said.

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  • NEXI, which insured the investment, would cover possible losses, Ishikawa said, without detailing the likely cost.

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  • Mitsubishi has an informal agreement from NEXI to provide the insurance,

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  • NEXI has made an exception to its own rules for the Carabobo project.

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  • As you may recall, we setup long-term credit facilities with institutions like BNDES in Brazil, JBIC and NEXI in Japan.

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  • Japan's Nippon Export and Investment Insurance (NEXI).

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