WAYNE, N.J. -- Grand Union Co. here said last week it intends to make a prepackaged Chapter 11 filing as part of a capital-restructuring agreement reached with a steering committee of the chain's bondholders. Under the agreement, the chain would eliminate $596 million in bond debt by exchanging its existing 12% senior notes due 2004 for common shares of the reorganized company. By eliminating the bond debt, Grand Union would also eliminate about $72 million in annual interest payments, the ...

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