(Adds remarks from analysts, details, updates stock) By Ben Klayman and David Bailey CHICAGO, March 29 (Reuters) - Auto parts maker Lear Corp. said on Wednesday it secured $800 million in new loans, calming investor worries about the potential for a near-term liquidity crunch and sending its shares up 10 percent. Lear also said it would shift most of its European interior products business to a venture backed by billionaire financier Wilbur Ross in return for a 34 percent stake and, in ...
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