MEXICO CITY, June 23 (Reuters) - Mexican glass maker Vitro said on Wednesday it was analyzing various forms of financing, including the possibility of a private bond placement for $150 million, to refinance other debt. Vitro, which makes flat glass for the auto and construction industries, bottles for the beverage sector and glassware products, said in a statement the financing would be made via its North America subsidiary. Separately, a Vitro spokesman said the company was also ...
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