BANGKOK, Aug 18 (Reuters) - The Thai unit of German auto maker DaimlerChrysler plans to issue three billion baht ($72.08 million) of three-year bonds in September to expand business and repay debt, a fund manager source said on Monday. The DaimlerChrysler (Thailand) bullet bonds, to be offered to institutional investors, would be guaranteed by parent DaimlerChrysler, the world's fifth largest carmaker, the fund manager told Reuters. He said the company would hold roadshows to promote the ...
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