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Saudi Arabia to sell up to $17.5bn in debut issue

FT.com Wednesday, 19 October 2016 ()
Orders upwards of $50bn highlight huge investor appetite
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News video: Saudi Arabia Stressing Reform Over Oil in Bond Push

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Oct. 18 -- Saudi Arabia is preparing its debut on the international bond market by focusing on government reforms, rather than the nation's rich oil history as it concludes its bond roadshow. Bloomberg's Matthew Martin reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

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