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26 January 2009 By Lauren Silva

The bankrupt chemicals giant’s $8bn of DIP financing always looked a lot. But some of it is rebadged prebankruptcy debt, not new money. That’s a plus for the two investment firms and other lenders involved. And it has understandably riled those who weren’t so lucky.

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