According to IFC website, the proposed investment consists on a $60 mm A/B long-term loan to San Miguel to be used in Argentina, Uruguay, Peru and South Africa for (i) short and medium-term debt refinancing; (ii) the financing of the 2018-2020 capex program; and (iii) permanent working capital. The total project cost is $152.5 million.
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Client Contact: Carina Mabel Pasut
Finance Manager, S.A. San Miguel A.G.I.C.I. Y F.
Telephone No.: +5411 4721 - 8300
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Office Address: Cazadores de Coquimbo 2860, Ed 2 - floor 1º (C.P. 1605) Vicente López - Bs. As. - Argentina
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