This project invests in a bond issued by Maxima Grupe UAB, a Baltic retailer, the proceeds of which will refinance the company's existing loan obtained for the acquisition of Polish supermarket chain, Emperia Holding S.A.
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+370 5 219 6000
Maxima Gruope 279;, UAB Savanoriu 371; pr. 247, LT-02300, Vilnius, Lithuania
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