Thailand plans to sell up to B265 govt bonds in April-June

Thailand plans to sell up to B265 govt bonds in April-June

People use ATMs at Mo Chit Bus Terminal in Bangkok. (File photo: Somchai Poomlard, Bangkok Post)
People use ATMs at Mo Chit Bus Terminal in Bangkok. (File photo: Somchai Poomlard, Bangkok Post)

The government plans to sell up to 265 billion baht ($7.86 billion) of government bonds in the April-June period as part of debt management plans, according to the Finance Ministry.

The baht-denominated bonds  will be sold domestically.

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