VW India seeks to bring loan into line with European pricing

  • 25 Jun 2009

The Indian subsidiary of German carmaker Volkswagen is asking for a substantial margin cut on its Eu135m World Bank-backed loan.

The borrower is seeking to change the terms because the Asian loan pays a much higher margin when compared to its parent in the European syndicated loan market. ...

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