Indonesia sets Samurai price ahead of JBIC backed bond

  • 09 Jul 2009

The Republic of Indonesia is in discussions with investors ahead of its debut Samurai issue, as it moves closer to opening the yen market for Asian sovereigns.

Bookrunners Nomura, Daiwa SMBC and Mitsubishi UFJ are understood to have sounded out investors with price guidance of between 120bp and 140bp ...

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