Suriname Preps Bond Debut

Jul 2, 2013

The Republic of Suriname is taking preliminary steps to issue a $600m bond with a likely 10-year tenor in 2013, in what would be its international bond market debut, according to people familiar with the sovereign’s plans. The South American country’s Central Bank governor is arranging fixed-income investor meetings next week,...

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