12.11.2009 - Indonesia won't offer higher sukuk yields -ministry
From Reuters: Indonesia's sukuk, or Islamic debt, will not be priced to yield more than conventional bonds, despite weak demand for such paper, because that would distort the market, a finance ministry official said on Wednesday. Indonesia, which is the world's most populous Muslim country, wants to develop its capital market by offering a range of conventional and Islamic debt instruments.................................Full Article: Source
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