TALLINN – The Estonian government is about to kick off an international offering of bonds worth at least one billion euros and with a maturity of 10 years.
The interest rate on the bonds will become clear upon the conduct of the issue and it will depend both on the interest rates on the market as well as demand on the part of investors, the Ministry of Finance announced on Tuesday.
"The Estonian state will be issuing long-term bonds for the first time after a 18-year break. Our state finances are in order, the volume of Estonia...
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