Malaysia Subway Financier to Tap 3-Year Low Borrowing CostsBy and
Plans to sell 2 bln ringgit of sukuk with multiple maturities
May pay coupon rates of 4% to 4.15% for 10-year debt: Areca
The financier of a subway in Malaysia’s capital is seeking to tap the Islamic bond market for the second time this year after domestic borrowing costs fell to a three-year low.
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