Alibaba to sell up to US$5 billion of dollar bonds as analysts say risk from antitrust investigation is limited

//Alibaba to sell up to US$5 billion of dollar bonds as analysts say risk from antitrust investigation is limited

Alibaba to sell up to US$5 billion of dollar bonds as analysts say risk from antitrust investigation is limited

Alibaba Group Holdings is selling up to US$5 billion in international debt markets as analysts brush off the impact of an antitrust investigation into its mainland China e-commerce business.The offering by the Hangzhou-based e-commerce behemoth includes a tranche of sustainability notes due in 2041, according to filings where Alibaba’s shares are listed in both the US and Hong Kong.The senior unsecured notes will come in multiple tranches, with maturities of up to 40 years. Alibaba, which owns…

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