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panies to break into foreign markets, or can be converted into the issuing company's local currency to be used on existing operations through the use of foreign exchange swap hedges. Foreign issuer bonds can also be used to hedge foreign exchange rate risk. Some foreign issuer bonds are called by their nicknames, such as the "samurai bond". These can be issued by foreign issuers looking to diversify their investor base away from domestic markets. These bond issues are generally governed by the law of the market of issuance, e.g., a samurai bond, issued by an investor based in Europe, will be governed by Japanese law. Not all of the following bonds are restricted for purchase by investors in the market of issuance.

Eurodollar bond, a U.S. dollar-denominated bond issued by a non-U.S. entity outside the U.S
Baklava bond, a bond denominated in Turkish Lira and issued by a domestic or foreign entity in the Turkish market
Yankee bond, a US dollar-denominated bond issued by a non-US entity in the US market
Kangaroo bond, an Australian dollar-denominated bond issued by a non-Australian entity in the Australian market
Maple bond, a Canadian dollar-denominated bond issued by a non-Canadian entity in the Canadian market
Masala bonds an Indian rupee denominated bond issued outside India.
Samurai bond, a Japanese yen-denominated bond issued by a non-Japanese entity in the Japanese market
Uridashi bond, a non-yen-denominated bond sold to Japanese retail investors.
Shibosai Bond, a private placement bond in the Japanese market with distribution limited to institutions and banks.
Shogun bond, a non-yen-denominated bond issued in Japan by a non-Japanese institution or government
Bulldog bond, a pound sterling-denominated bond issued in London by a foreign institution or government.
Matryoshka bond, a Russian rouble-denominated bond issued in the Russian Federation by non-Russian entities. The name derives from the famous Russian wooden dolls, Matrioshka, popular among foreign visitors to Russia
Arirang bond, a Korean won-denominated bond issued by a non-Korean entity in the Korean market
Kimchi bond, a non-Korean won-denominated bond issued by a non-Korean entity in the Korean market
Formosa bond, a non-New Taiwan Dollar-denominated bond issued by a non-Taiwan entity in the Taiwan market
Panda bond, a Chinese renminbi-denominated bond issu

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