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AMO (Advanced Medical Optics) to raise $200 million in senior subordinated notes:

This article was originally published in Clinica

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Advanced Medical Optics (AMO), which is to be spun off from parent company Allergan at the end of June, plans to raise $200m through a private placement of senior subordinated notes, due in 2010. The proceeds will be used to fund in part the spin-off and for working capital, says the Irvine, California company.

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