Indonesia prepares to tap international debt markets

UBS and Barclays take Indonesia on a global roadshow ahead of a medium-term note programme and after Moody's reaffirms the Republic's credit rating.

UBS and Barclays Capital have been asked by Indonesia to arrange a $4 billion global medium-term note GMTN programme, and will lead the sovereign's roadshow across three continents during the next two weeks.

Although no immediate plans for a new issue have been announced, and no mandate has yet been given to any bank to lead manage a note offering, news of a forthcoming transaction can reasonably be anticipated.

The roadshow, which will include Ministry of...

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