It consists of a committed line of credit for up to US $ 20 million for use in working capital of the artichoke cultivation (the "Facility") of Viru S.A. ("Viru or the" Company "), specially structured to cover the cash conversion cycle of the production and sale of the crop for thenext three years, to ensure the growth and sustainability of the value-added artichoke products exported by Viru The objective of the transactionis to strengthen the linkages of its value chain, which will allow the Company to increase exports of processed artichoke and the integration of more than 50 new producers.
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