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Bank of India to raise Rs 10,000 cr through long-term infrastructure bonds

Recently, many banks including SBI have issued infrastructure bonds to secure funds that are solely dedicated to advancing various infrastructure development projects

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State-owned Bank of India (BoI) on Wednesday said its board has given approval to raise Rs 10,000 crore through long-term infra bonds to fund infrastructure projects.
The fund would be raised in 2024-25, BoI said in a regulatory filing.
Recently, many banks including SBI have issued infrastructure bonds to secure funds that are solely dedicated to advancing various infrastructure development projects.

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These bonds help in building roads, bridges, airports, power plants, and telecommunications networks etc and addressing the infrastructure deficit of the country.

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First Published: Mar 27 2024 | 10:03 PM IST

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