According to EBRD website, the project is an USD 100m revolving facility to finance part of the working capital needs of Louis Dreyfus Company Group's subsidiaries active in Bulgaria, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Poland, Romania, Tajikistan, Turkey and Ukraine. The project is financing the working capital needs of the subsidiaries of Louis Dreyfus Company Group for the merchandising activities of its agricultural commodities in these countries. The project will be is providing stable working capital financing for merchandising activities in countries where liquidity can be a constraint.
Project Contact: Hervé Sahores
Louis Dreyfus Company Suisse S.A
Financing & Treasury EMEA Region
29, route de l' Aéroport, PO Box 236CH-1215
Telephone No.: +41-58 688 26 66
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