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Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Co has secured renewed access to EUR500m (US$714.8m) after it closed a new revolving credit facility.

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The soft drinks bottler said today (13 May) that the facility, which replaces an existing EUR500m arrangement that was set to mature next December, can be used "for general corporate purposes". The self-arranged credit line has a tenor of five years.

The ten mandated lead arrangers are ING Bank, London Branch, Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking, Citibank, London Branch, Banc of America Securities Limited, Deutsche Bank, London Branch, Credit Suisse, London Branch, The Royal Bank of Scotland, The Governor and Co of the Bank of Ireland, Raiffeisen Bank International, and Intesa Sanpaolo.


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