Indonesia keeps investors waiting for global benchmark

The Republic of Indonesia finished its global roadshow in Hong Kong yesterday but left investors guessing as to its plans for an international bond issue.

  • 12 Feb 2009

Indonesia has yet to announce the first deal from its newly established $4bn global medium term note programme, but investors are hoping for a new 10 year benchmark from the south-east Asian sovereign.

"The message they are sending is that the funding gap is under control, with the standby ...

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