Truba Alam gives up on struggle to launch HY

  • 22 May 2008

TRUBA Alam Manunggal Engineering, the Indonesian power contractor, cancelled its debut dollar bond on Wednesday after a laborious process that highlighted the challenges faced in re-opening Asia’s high yield bond market.

Truba, however, did have some success in attracting investors to the deal and the decision to cancel ...

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