The proposed financing to Marie Sharp Fine Foods Limited ("Marie Sharp", the "Borrower" or the "Company") consists of a 7-year Senior Loan of up to US$5 million (the "Financing" or the "Loan"). The Company will use the Financing to finance capital expenditures to expand and improve their operations in Belize, and for working capital needs (the "Project"). The main development objectives of the Project are to increase the production of processed value-added agricultural products in Belize for exports, and to improve productivity, while strengthening the value chain of SMEs suppliers, especially pepper producers in the country.
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