According to the Bank's website, this project finances part of the working capital needs of Louis Dreyfus Company's subsidiaries that are active in relevant countries. The financing will be used for the merchanidising activities of its agricultural commodities in these countries
Actual financing needs will fluctuate based on commodity prices and volumes, but are estimated at ca. USD 300 million.
Founded in 1851 and active in more than 100 countries, Louis Dreyfus Company is a leading international merchant and processor of agricultural goods, originating, processing, merchandising and transporting approximately 80 million tons of products annually.
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