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Ukraine sells $1 billion to tap 2022 Eurobond

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Feb. 05, 2013 08:03
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Ukraine placed late on Monday additional $1 billion to its dollar-denominated 10-year Eurobond it had sold in November, a senior manager with Russia's VTB Capital said. The former Soviet republic needs to repay about $9 billion of foreign debt this year and is in talks with the International Monetary Fund on a new $15 billion stand-by programme.
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MOSCOW, Feb. 5 - Ukraine placed late on Monday additional $1 billion to its dollar-denominated 10-year Eurobond it had sold in November, a senior manager with Russia's VTB Capital said.

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