Indonesia calculates to sell dollar-denominated Islamic bonds by the end of December. This would be the second sale of the securities in two years. The country is looking to Persian Gulf investors to obtain the debt.
Rahmat Waluyanto, director general …
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The following borrowers are expected to sell Islamic bonds:
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Indonesian Finance Ministry plans to sell 1 trillion rupiah (over 108 million U.S. dollars) Islamic bonds or “sukuk”. The proceeds will be used to plug the state-budget deficit of 2.1 percent of the GDP.
The bonds will be sold in five series with maturity in 2015, 2017, 2020 and 2030 and with coupons of 8.80, 9.00, 9.25 and 10.25 percent.
The government plans to issue over 10 trillion rupiah (about 1. 082 billion U.S. dollars) Islamic bonds out of 178 trillion rupiah (some 19.26 billion U.S. dollars) of total bonds planned to be issued this year, Director General of Debt Management of the ministry Rahmat Waluyanto sai