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Proceeds to fund refinancing of existing borrowings, working capital requirements
24 May 2022
Strategic investors include SET, UOB, with proceeds to target expansion, product innovation
24 May 2022
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One of South Korea’s policy banks, Export-Import Bank of Korea (Kexim), on May 17 priced a dual-tranche euro bond offering totalling €1.5 billion (US$1.58 billion) in the largest-ever senior unsecured public euro bond issuance out of Korea. The deal comprises a two-year green floating rate note and a 3.5-year fixed rate note.
22 May 2022
More pain in store as net commodity importers set to suffer from tighter US dollars
20 May 2022
The Club of Rome’s landmark 1972 report warning of the potentially catastrophic consequences of exponential economic growth was widely dismissed by mainstream economists at the time. Had that not happened, The Limits to Growth would not be required reading today
20 May 2022
While some economic indicators suggest that the recovery remains on track, others show that consumers may be stalling out, and that households and businesses are becoming increasingly pessimistic. The US Federal Reserve will have to respond more nimbly to economic softening than it did to strengthening in 2021
20 May 2022
Facility aims to support CREI in improving local community connectivity, meeting data traffic needs
19 May 2022
As part of The Asset’s Triple A Treasury, Trade, SSC and Risk Management Awards 2022 programme, the board of editors actively engaged with market stakeholders in the region, listening and comprehending how they were able to support growth and, more importantly, improve the customer experience of users of their respective platforms.
19 May 2022
Between falling real incomes in advanced economies, China’s weakening outlook, and the uncertainties stemming from Russia’s war in Ukraine, there is more than enough reason to worry that the post-pandemic recovery is giving way to a downturn. But there is still much that policymakers could do to mitigate the blow
19 May 2022