Export-Import Bank of India reaps ¥23bn, tight pricing with first Samurai since '91

17 Feb 2006

Export-Import Bank of India has made an impressive debut in the Samurai bond market, overcoming Japanese investors' reluctance to buy speculative grade paper.

India ExIm raised ¥23bn ($196m, Rp8.7bn) last Friday, at levels that compare favourably with the cost of funding it could have achieved in other international markets.

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