Malaysia to sell 4.0 bln rgt Islamic govt bond due 2016-c.bank

Wed May 25, 2011 4:12am BST

 KUALA LUMPUR, May 25 (Reuters) - Malaysia will sell 4.0 billion Malaysian
ringgit ($1.3 billion) of government bonds due in 2016, the central bank said on
Wednesday.  	
The tendering for the  paper will close on May 30 the central bank said on
its website.	
The bonds will mature on Nov 15, 2016.  	
For details, please go to Bank Negara's Web site here
  	
 
($1 = 3.051 Malaysian Ringgit)	
	
 (Reporting by Min Hun Fong)	
 
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