LONDON, Feb 26 (Reuters) - German car manufacturer Porsche has increased the fees on its 12.5 billion euro ($15.92 billion) loan refinancing to boost support for the deal before a deadline at the end of March, banking sources said on Thursday. Porsche is seeking to raise 10 billion euros to refinance an existing loan that matures on March 22, and is also seeking 2.5 billion euros of new money for general corporate purposes, sources said. Porsche is paying an interest margin of 275 basis ...
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