Friday, April 18, 2014   

Banking heavyweights issue 6.7b yuan Taipei bonds
(12-10 15:51)

Four mainland-headquartered banks issued yuan bonds worth 6.7 billion yuan in Taiwan.
The bonds were issued on the GreTai Securities Market by Bank of Communications, Agricultural Bank of China, Bank of China and China Construction Bank.
Bank of Communications, issued 1.2 billion yuan in bonds, AgBank 1.5 billion, while BOC and CCB issued 2 billion each.
It took the total bonds issued in renminbi in Taiwan to 10.6 billion yuan. The first bonds, 3.9 billion yuan, were issued in March.—Xinhua

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