Korea’s corporations are well placed to speak about the best way for Asian issuers to approach the international debt markets. Their longstanding relationships with US dollar investors have given them a wealth of experience in offshore bond sales, but they are also among the few Asian companies that can access the famously cautious Japanese investor base, as well as a variety of other markets. These diverse funding options clearly give Korean companies an advantage over some of their rivals, but they in turn lead to hard questions about exactly where — and when — to fund. EuroWeek finds out the strategies of some of biggest corporations in the country.
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