Indonesia considers $7.8bn bond offering by end of the year
The Republic of Indonesia aims to raise $7.8bn from both foreign and domestic investors by the end of the year to fund its budget deficit. It is considering issuing around $2bn of that from both the Samurai and global sukuk markets, said a government official.
Indonesia planned to raise around $28bn from both offshore and domestic funding sources, and has so far raised $20.6bn, said the official. That leaves the government to find just $7.8bn more from both onshore and overseas creditors for the rest of the year, he said.
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