Mongolia’s development lender, Development Bank of Mongolia, is planning to raise $700 million through a three-part sale of domestic-currency notes, Financial Times reports. The first tranche of the three-part offering will be worth $100 million.
The bonds will mature in five, 10, and 15 years, adds Bloomberg. The bonds, backed by the government, will be offered through the stock exchange and the central bank.
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