UK: Weetabix "to refinance debt"

By Sam Webb | 8 September 2011

UK cereal manufacturer Weetabix has reportedly started talks with bankers about a potential GBP900m (US$1.4bn) debt refinancing.

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UK cereal manufacturer Weetabix has reportedly started talks with bankers about a potential GBP900m (US$1.4bn) debt refinancing.

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