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Hanoi (VNA) -  The State Treasury of Vietnam raised nearly 6.2 trillion VND (266.6 million USD) during an auction of government bonds (G-bonds) worth 5.5 trillion VND (236.5 million USD) this week, according to the Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX).

Accordingly, on offer were seven-year bonds valued at 2 trillion VND (86 million USD), 15-year bonds worth 3 trillion VND (129 million USD) and 30-year bonds worth 500 billion VND (21.5 million USD).

A total of 1.3 trillion VND (55.9 million USD) was mobilised from seven-year bonds with an annual interest rate of 4.17 percent, down 0.18 percent from the auction on January 9.

Bonds with 15-year maturity raised 4.5 trillion VND (193.6 million USD) with an annual interest rate of 5.12 percent, down 0.02 percent as compared with the January 16 auction.

The auction of 30-year bonds sold 395 billion VND (16.9 million USD) worth of bonds with an annual interest rate of 5.8 percent, up 0.38 percent from the auction on July 18.

So far this year, the State Treasury has collected over 30.39 trillion VND (1.3 billion USD) from G-bond auctions at the HNX.-VNA