Turkey's Yapi Kredi plans to issue up to $2 bln debt
ISTANBUL Feb 28 (Reuters) - Turkish lender Yapi Kredi Bank said on Thursday that it plans to issue debt instruments worth up to $2 billion within one year.
The bank said in a filing with the Istanbul Stock Exchange that the debt instruments will have various maturities and could be issued both in foreign currency and the lira. (Reporting by Seda Sezer)
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