UPDATE 1-Chrysler raises $6.2 billion in new debt-sources

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* Chrysler borrows $200 mln more than initially targeted * Term loan now $3 bln; bond offering is $3.2 bln- sources * Revolving credit facility cut to $1.3 bln- sources (Adds bylines, analyst comment, background on the refinancing efforts, Chrysler declined to comment) By Soyoung Kim and Michelle Sierra NEW YORK, May 19 (Reuters) - U.S. automaker Chrysler Group LLC borrowed $6.2 billion to refinance high-cost government loans stemming from its 2009 bankruptcy restructuring, people ...

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