Louis Dreyfus Company links interest on $750m loan to green performance

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The firm's oilseeds processing plant in Caaguazú, Paraguay | Credit: David Hundley/Louis Dreyfus Company
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The firm's oilseeds processing plant in Caaguazú, Paraguay | Credit: David Hundley/Louis Dreyfus Company

Dutch agricultural giant's revolving credit facility will see interest on its loan repayments determined in part by its performance against green goals

Agricultural commodities giant Louis Dreyfus Company has become the latest firm to agree a multi-million dollar loan deal with an interest rate linked to company performance against green goals such as...

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