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Export-Import Bank of China to raise up to 9B yuan via bonds

Export-Import Bank of China plans to raise up to 9 billion Chinese yuan by expanding the offering size of three existing bond tranches.

The policy lender will issue up to 3 billion yuan of three-year 2017 seventh tranche bonds with a coupon of 4.37%, up to 3 billion yuan of five-year 2017 fourth tranche bonds carrying a 4.05% coupon, and up to 3 billion yuan of 10-year 2017 third tranche bonds with a coupon of 4.11%.

The bonds will be issued June 1, according to a May 31 statement.

As of May 31, US$1 was equivalent to 6.82 Chinese yuan.