The list following borrowers are anticipated to sell Islamic bonds: Indonesia, ABU DHABI NATIONAL ENERGY CO, QATAR INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC BANK (QIIK), TENAGA NASIONAL BHD. (TNB), MIDCITI RESOURCES SDN BHD., AL HILAL BANK, EMERY OLEOCHEMICALS GROUP, PT B…
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