DETROIT, June 27 (Reuters) - Auto parts supplier Dura Automotive Systems Inc said on Friday it had completed its exit financing plans and has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Dura said the exit financing included $110 million of revolving credit, a $50 million European first lien term loan and about $84 million of U.S. second lien term loan. The company also entered into various European accounts receivable facilities totaling 65 million euro. The reorganization plan ...
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