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First Solar doubles available liquidity under credit agreement

First Solar Inc. amended its credit agreement to double the required available liquidity to $800 million, according to a Form 8-K filed Jan. 27.

The sixth amendment to the company's amended and restated credit agreement, dated Oct. 15, 2010, also will eliminate the requirement to maintain a minimum consolidated EBITDA.

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