Government to sell up to B128bn of bonds in July-September

Government to sell up to B128bn of bonds in July-September

Thailand plans to sell up to 128 billion baht of government bonds in the July-September quarter as part of a debt-restructuring, the finance ministry said on Tuesday.

The baht-denominated bonds, to be sold domestically, will have maturities of between five and 48 years, the ministry said in a statement

That compares with 143 billion baht of government bond issues planned for the April-June period.


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