-- The Thai leasing unit of Toyota Motor Corp plans to sell up to 24 billion baht of bonds. The bonds are the remaining part of an announced medium-term note programme worth up to 30 billion baht. -- Sahaviriya Steel Industries plans to sell up to 6 billion baht of up to 10-year bonds for working capital. -- Siam Commercial Bank, Thailand's fourth-largest bank, plans to sell up to 40 billion baht bonds. -- Picnic Corp , LPG gas distributor and engineering contractor, plans to sell up ...

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