The proposed financing consists of two separate long-term loans to be granted directly to Durlicouros Industria e Comercio de Couros, Exportacao e Importacao Ltda. in Brazil and to Durli Leather S.A. and Veneza Inversiones S.A. in Paraguay. The Borrowers will use the proceeds of the loans to support the construction, operation, and maintenance of two (2) new leather manufacturing plants (one (1) in Brazil and one (1) in Paraguay), its working capital needs and refinancing of existing debt in Brazil.
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