Chrysler outlines debt refinancing details-sources


* Chrysler to borrow $3.5 bln term loans, $2.5 bln bonds * $6 bln new debt, Fiat cash to take out bailout loans * $1.5 bln credit revolver to include 11 banks-sources By Michelle Sierra and Soyoung Kim NEW YORK, April 29 (Reuters) - Chrysler plans to borrow $3.5 billion in first-lien term loans and $2.5 billion of second-lien bonds to replace government debt stemming from its 2009 bailout, people familiar with the matter said on Friday. Syndication of the $3.5 billion bank debt ...

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