SEOUL, Oct 19 (Reuters) - South Korea finance ministry plans
to issue 2-year treasury bonds, two sources said on Monday,
which would reduce sales of longer-term bonds amid record debt
sales expected for this year.
South Korea currently issues treasury bonds with tenors of
three years, five years, 10 years, 20 years and 30 years.
The ministry is expected announce details on the size and
timing of the issuance on Tuesday.
(Reporting by Seunggyu Lim, Writing by Cynthia Kim;
Editing by Alison Williams)