Indian cos' foreign borrowings down 45 pc to USD 2 bn in Dec'19
Indian firms had raised USD 3.81 billion in December 2018, which included USD 37 million through issuance of masala bonds.
Of the total money borrowed by domestic companies during December 2019, USD 1.2 billion was through the automatic route of external commercial borrowing (ECB) and USD 840 million via approval route of ECB.The remaining USD 55.98 million was raised through the rupee denominated bonds or popularly known as masala bonds.
Those who borrowed through the approval route were REC Ltd (USD 500 million) and Power Finance Corporation (USD 250 million), besides others.Cholamandalam Investment and Finance Company was the only company to have floated masala bonds overseas to raise up to USD 55.98 million for on-lending, as per RBI data. KPM RVK ANUANU
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