Philippines praised as $1.5bn blowout reopens Asian debt

The Republic of the Philippines reopened the international markets for Asian borrowers in style on Wednesday when it priced a new 10 year benchmark that was lauded for its snappy execution.

  • 08 Jan 2009
The $1.5bn bond due June 2019 drew a remarkable $6bn of orders from 281 investors. It was the first public dollar bond from an Asia Pacific issuer outside of Japan or Australia since September 2008, and the extent of demand for the bonds raised hopes of successful deals ...

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