The Russian government is signing up banks to help it conduct its first offering of bonds denominated in yuan, as it prepares for the possibility that US sanctions will cut off its access to other parts of the global debt market. The first offering is expected to be for $907 million worth of five-year yuan bonds, people familiar with the matter said.
Russia prepares first sale of yuan-denominated bonds
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