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Thailand to sell up to 142b baht of government bonds in Jan-March
[BANGKOK] Thailand plans to sell up to 142 billion baht (US$4.71 billion) of government bonds in January-March as part of a debt-restructuring effort, the finance ministry said on Monday.
The baht-denominated bonds, to be sold domestically, will have maturities of between five and 47 years, the ministry said in a statement.
That compares with up to 144 billion baht of government bond issues planned for the previous quarter.