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China Offers $4.6 Billion in Euro Bonds

China Offers .6 Billion in Euro Bonds

China began selling euro-denominated government bonds, weeks after it raised $4 billion in dollar debt at cheap rates despite slowing economic growth.

The sale is likely to total about €4 billion, the equivalent of $4.6 billion, a term sheet showed on Wednesday—the same size as a similar bond deal last November, in which China capitalized on Europe’s superlow interest rates to sell its first negative-yielding debt.

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