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Continental Signs 4.5 Billion Euro Syndicated Loan Deal


Continental, the second-largest auto-parts supplier in Europe, has signed a new syndicated loan deal to refinance debt. The Hanover, Germany-based manufacturer announced today, January 23rd, that it has signed a loan deal for 4.5 billion euro, slightly lower compared with the previous figure and divided into two parts. The debt replaces a loan expiring in April 2014 and includes around 30 ...
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Continental Signs 4.5 Billion Euro Syndicated Loan Deal
Continental, the second-largest auto-parts supplier in Europe, has signed a new syndicated loan deal to refinance debt. The Hanover, Germany-based manufacturer announced today, January 23rd, that it has signed a loan ...

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