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Taiwanese banks, Chinatrust and Taishin, launched collateralised bond obligation (CBO) transactions that aim to alleviate the risks from holdings of illiquid structured notes by the island's bond funds. A Chinatrust special purpose trust issued NTD9 billion ($273 million) worth of AAA-rated senior certificates, due October 2010, paying 20 basis points over the Taiwan dollar commercial paper rate and NTD9 billion of junior certificates due January 2046 with interest of 0.5% per annum

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