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South Korea plans to sell government bonds for 6 billion dollars
South Korea plans to sell government bonds worth 6,4 trillion won (US $ 6,06 billion) in November, according to IA RUSKOR referring to the Ministry of Finance.
According to the ministry, the government intends to sell securities with a three-year maturity of 1,6 trillion won, with a five-year maturity of 1,65 trillion won and a ten-year period of 1,75 trillion won this month.
It is also planned to issue bonds with an 20-year maturity of 700 billion won and the same amount with an 30-year maturity. The ministry said that in October, sold bonds worth 7, 669 trillion won.