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DealZone Daily

April 13, 2010

Cerberus Capital Management said it would buy defense contractor DynCorp International for about $1 billion in cash in one of the biggest leveraged buyouts of a publicly traded US company since the global financial crisis.  Read the Reuters story here.

A subsidiary of China’s Sinopec Group agreed to pay $4.65 billion for ConocoPhillips’s stake in a Canadian oil sands project, marking the country’s second largest investment in North America.  Read the Reuters story here.

And in stories reported by other media on Tuesday:

Buyout lender Intermediate Capital Group has raised 843 million euros for a new fund that will invest in debt-burdened private equity deals, the FT said. The fund will buy debt at a discount and provide fresh capital for European companies worth as much as 500 million euros.

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