SINGAPORE - Singapore commodities trader Olam International said on Friday it has successfully closed a $1.25 billion syndicated term loan facility.
The facility comprises a US$625 million three-year tranche and a US$625 million five-year tranche. Olam said it represents the largest syndicated financing for the firm to date.
The proceeds will be used for refinancing of existing debts, as well as for working capital and general corporate funding requirements, including capital expenditure and expansion of Olam's supply chain management business. -- REUTERS
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