* To issue bonds in June, amount undecided * Analyst doubts issuance will attract investors * Tepco crisis destabilised market for all utilities (Recasts and writes through) By Taiga Uranaka TOKYO, May 31 (Reuters) - Kansai Electric Power plans to issue 10-year straight bonds next month, the first debt offering by a Japanese utility since the nation's nuclear crisis destabilised the country's corporate bond market. The announcement is a big step for Japan's $860 billion corporate ...
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