Investors wait for details as Matahari pushes for extension on $115m of high yield bonds

  • 16 Jul 2009

Matahari Putra Prima, the Indonesian retailer, is set to release further details of its exchange offer for $115m of high yield bonds today (Friday) as it looks to extend the maturity of its debt.

Matahari announced an exchange offer at end of last week, hiring Citi and UBS ...

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