BOT changes bond-issuance plan in 2014
The Bank of Thailand has adjusted its bond-issuance plan in 2014, to cope with changes in the financial market.
Chiefly, it will not issue one-month discounted BOT bonds to accommodate government's plan of regular one-month treasury bills issuance.
In consistent with the BOT's plan to increase flexibility in liquidity management, the BOT will expand the range of issue size per auction of short-term and floating-rate bonds. At the same time, to ensure that there will be sufficient supply to meet market demand, the range of issue size per auction of 2-year and 3-year bonds will be maintained.
Follow this link for the full announcement: http://www.bot.or.th/Thai/PressAndSpeeches/Press/News2556/n5756e.pdf.