Sept. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Argentina’s Buenos Aires province may sell dollar-denominated bonds for the second time this year after issuing a $550 million five-year bond earlier this week, Ambito Financiero reported.
The province may sell as much as $550 million, the Buenos Aires-based financial newspaper reported, citing Governor Daniel Scioli. The provincial legislature authorized the governor to issue as much as $1.1 billion worth in bonds in 2010, Ambito said.
The bonds issued on Sept. 27 pay a 12 percent yield.
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