Chile has issued green bonds for US $ 6,228M
01/28/2020 Since 12 months

As part of its 2020 Treasury bonds issuance plan, Chile included the issuance of a new green bond with maturity in 2032, for US $ 750 million, as well as the reopening of the green bond with maturity in 2050, already issued in 2019, for US $ 900 million. This last 30 year achieved the lowest rate for that maturity the country ever had.

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