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Malaysian central bank begins Islamic Sukuk program

Malaysia's central bank, Bank Negara Malaysia, last week launched its first Sukuk Ijarah (lease-backed notes) deal.

The M$400 million ($107.5 million) one-year offering, which uses a securitization-type structure, is the first transaction from an ongoing program that BNM expects will serve as a benchmark for short-term Islamic bonds.

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