The financing package backing Odebrecht’s $1.25 billion Chaglia hydro project in central Peru is slated to close in February. BNP Paribas, BBVA and Société Générale are participating in the $650 million deal, said an observer on the sidelines of Euromoney Seminar's 4th Annual Brazilian Energy and Infrastructure Finance Forum.

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