Saudi mega deal sets up bond market future

Saudi Arabia’s record breaking international triple trancher, priced Wednesday, heralded the start of a new era for the Gulf’s largest economy as it embarked on a future away from oil. The remarkable $17.5bn debut — the largest ever syndicated sovereign bond — swept up $63bn of global interest this week, which is just as well given the economic task that lies ahead for the country, writes Virginia Furness.

  • By Virginia Furness
  • 20 Oct 2016
Saudi Arabia’s future is far from certain. Its ambitious Vision 2030 plan is grandiose and fiscal reform is only the beginning. The introduction of a Gulf Co-operation Council-wide value added tax (VAT) in 2018, as well as more immediate cuts to subsidies and increased tariffs

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