CINCINNATI — Kroger Co. here said Monday it has negotiated a new $2 billion revolving credit facility, replacing a $2.5 billion facility that would have matured in November 2011. The facility will be used for general corporate purposes. Leading the group of lenders, which includes 23 banks, are Bank of America and Citibank as administrative and syndication agents, respectively. The group also includes The Royal Bank of Scotland, U.S. Bank and Wells Fargo Bank as co-documentation agents. ...

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