TOKYO -- The value of Japanese corporate bond offerings in fiscal 2017 is on pace to surpass the all-time high hit last fiscal year as companies move to lock in ultralow interest rates before they turn higher.
Issuances are expected to far exceed 2 trillion yen ($17.9 billion) in the April-June quarter.
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