Siberia | Retail, FMCG

Top-Kniga pays $7.35m on its $43m bonds

13 Mar '09
Novosibirsk-based book retailer Top-Kniga has paid $7.35m to redeem part of its second series bonds, including coupon yield, the company reports.

As Marchmont wrote earlier, in December last year the bond holders asked the company to buy back $37m of its $43m bonds (see news of December 17, 2008).

The company then paid $9.3m and promised to pay the the remainder throughout 2009, namely, in March, June, September and December.
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