LOS ANGELES — Unified Grocers here said yesterday it has boosted the capacity of its revolving credit agreement to the maximum of $300 million without changing the favorable terms and conditions of its existing revolver that expires in 2012. The previous agreement made funds of $225 million to $250 million available. Unified said it also got additional borrowing capacity from Union Bank of California, which increased its existing commitment by $10 million, and Bank of the West, which ...
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