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Macau casino operator looks for renminbi bond debut

Galaxy Entertainment Group has kicked an offshore renminbi bond sale this week, marking it as potentially the first high yield name to close a ‘dim sum’ bond.

  • 07 Dec 2010

Casino operator group Galaxy Entertainment Group has hopes to raise around Rmb1 billion-worth (US$250 million) of renminbi-denominated 'dim sum' bonds in Hong Kong by the end of this week.

If the deal closes as expected by December 10 it would confirm the company as both the first high yield ...

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