Mexico's Pemex issues $4 bln in bonds, makes debt swap
MEXICO CITY Oct 3 (Reuters) - Mexican state oil company has issued $4 billion in bonds and done a debt repurchase worth $1.5 billion as part of a plan to strengthen its finances, Chief Financial Officer Juan Pablo Newman said on Monday.
Newman told reporters in Mexico City the two bonds worth $2 billion each would have maturities of seven and 31 years. The company also swapped $1.6 billion in debt, he added. (Reporting by Ana Isabel Martinez)
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