Porsche says examining possible bond issue


FRANKFURT, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Germany's Porsche is considering whether to tap the debt markets, the company said on Tuesday following news that it aims to build a 20 percent stake in mass carmaker Volkswagen . "We are examining whether we might possibly issue a bond," a spokesman for the company said, adding though that no decision has been made yet. The company privately placed $600 million in debt in the previous fiscal year that ended in July 2004. He reaffirming though that the ...

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