China’s Xiaomi mandates 12 banks to lead U.S. dollar bond issue By Reuters

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(Reuters) – Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi (OTC:) Corp will mandate 12 banks to lead a U.S. dollar bond issue, according to a term sheet seen by Reuters.

Goldman Sachs (NYSE:), Credit Suisse (SIX:), J.P. Morgan, China International Capital Corp, CLSA Ltd, Morgan Stanley (NYSE:), Citigroup (NYSE:), HSBC, Bank of China, China Construction Bank (OTC:) Corp, ICBC and AMTD will lead the bond issue, the document showed.

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