Ukraine repays 2006 government bonds worth USD 418mn.

By bne IntelliNews December 21, 2010
The government has repaid in full and on time 2006 issue of government bonds worth JPY 35.1bn (around USD 418mn) with coupon of 3.2% per annum, the FinMin has reported. Moreover, according to the ministry, the repayment of a six-month loan from Russia's VTB Bank worth USD 2bn, which fell on late December, has been postponed, because the government used its right of extension. The following foreign debt payment is scheduled for March 4, 2011, the maturity date for seven-year eurobonds worth USD 600mn with a coupon of 6.875% per annum. In total, next year, the government will have to spend more then USD 3bn to repay foreign debt and UAH 37.52bn (USD 4.72bn) to repay domestic debt. In order to guarantee the timely repayment and servicing of its obligations, government plans to issue in 2011 new foreign debt bonds totalling USD 4.5bn.

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