WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — The judge A&P’s bankruptcy case on Monday gave final approval to an $800 million financing package for the retailer, reports said. The loan had been contested by certain bondholders who argued that its structure put them further behind in a line to be repaid. The loan had been approved on an interim basis after the retailer filed for Chapter 11 protection last month. According to a Bloomberg report, lawyers reported that certain disagreements were ironed out in ...

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