LOS ANGELES — Unified Grocers here said Wednesday it has completed two long-term credit agreements at favorable terms — a five-year revolving credit facility for the company, and a new three-year credit line for its wholly owned finance company, Grocers Capital Co. Unified said the revolving credit facility will be used to refinance its existing line of credit, though the borrowing capacity remains at $275 million and extends until October 2015. However, the company said it seemed prudent ...
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