Tokyo Electric Power Co. is set to raise 50 percent more through bond sales than it had planned because borrowing costs remain low in Japan, according to a company official.
Tepco approved plans at a board meeting last week to sell as much as ¥200 billion in bonds by March, said the finance official, who asked not to be identified before an announcement.
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