Paid-in Capital Increase

Companies need investment funds for new businesses or have difficulty managing them, so they issue new stocks and sell them for money to increase their capital.
People often view capital increase as negative. In particular, if the purpose of the capital increase is to raise operating funds, it is viewed more negatively. If the purpose is to invest in expanding the business, it can be viewed positively considering the potential for growth

Companies can issue bonds to raise funds. But in this case, you have to pay back the principal and interest.
However, if you make a capital increase, you can raise business funds without worrying about interest or repaying the principal (return of the principal)