A SoftBank mobile IPO would pose a tricky debt question

TOKYO — SoftBank Group’s putative plan to take its Japanese mobile phone unit public has gotten a mixed reception in the fixed-income market, where some worry about the possible loss of the core subsidiary as a bond guarantor and the impact that would …
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