Indonesia goes to Japan for Samurai deal

By Morgan Davis
02 Jul 2020

The Republic of Indonesia returned to the yen market this week for its annual Samurai bond outing, raising ¥100bn ($930m).

Since 2017, Indonesia includes yen as part of its annual bond cycle, which has come to include dollar and euro fundraising, in addition to Islamic finance and green-labelled transactions.

The country raised $2.5bn from a three tranche sukuk in June, with one of the tranches dedicated ...

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