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In April 2011, SES signed a financing agreement with Ex-Im Bank (Export-Import Bank of the United States) over USD 158 million for the investment in one geostationary satellite (QuetzSat). At the in-orbit acceptance date of the satellite, the facility was fully drawn with USD 152.2 million which will be repaid in 17 equal semi-annual installments starting on June 22, 2012. The loan has a final maturity date of June 22, 2020 and bears interest at a fixed rate of 3.11%.

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On September 30, 2003, the Group issued in the US Private Placement market four series of unsecured notes amounting to USD 1,000.0 million and GBP 28.0 million. These notes comprised:

1) Series A USD 400.0 million of 5.29% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series A was repaid on September 30, 2013.

2) Series B USD 513.0 million of 5.83% Senior Notes due September 2015, amortising as of September 2011.

3) Series C USD 87.0 million of 5.93% Senior Notes due September 2015.

4) Series D GBP 28.0 million of 5.63% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series D was repaid on September 30, 2013.

On these four series, the Group pays interest semi-annually. SES is committed under the US Private Placement to maintaining covenants requiring certain financial ratios to be upheld within agreed limits in order to provide sufficient security to the lenders. Of these, the covenant which management monitors the most actively is the requirement to maintain the Net Debt/EBITDA ratio at a level of 3.5 or below.

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In April 2011, SES signed a financing agreement with Ex-Im Bank (Export-Import Bank of the United States) over USD 158 million for the investment in one geostationary satellite (QuetzSat). At the in-orbit acceptance date of the satellite, the facility was fully drawn with USD 152.2 million which will be repaid in 17 equal semi-annual installments starting on June 22, 2012. The loan has a final maturity date of June 22, 2020 and bears interest at a fixed rate of 3.11%.

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On September 30, 2003, the Group issued in the US Private Placement market four series of unsecured notes amounting to USD 1,000.0 million and GBP 28.0 million. These notes comprised:

1) Series A USD 400.0 million of 5.29% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series A was repaid on September 30, 2013.

2) Series B USD 513.0 million of 5.83% Senior Notes due September 2015, amortising as of September 2011.

3) Series C USD 87.0 million of 5.93% Senior Notes due September 2015.

4) Series D GBP 28.0 million of 5.63% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series D was repaid on September 30, 2013.

On these four series, the Group pays interest semi-annually. SES is committed under the US Private Placement to maintaining covenants requiring certain financial ratios to be upheld within agreed limits in order to provide sufficient security to the lenders. Of these, the covenant which management monitors the most actively is the requirement to maintain the Net Debt/EBITDA ratio at a level of 3.5 or below.

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The use of 'with' & 'on' in the financial context

In April 2011, SES signed a financing agreement with Ex-Im Bank (Export-Import Bank of the United States) over USD 158 million for the investment in one geostationary satellite (QuetzSat). At the in-orbit acceptance date of the satellite, the facility was fully drawn with USD 152.2 million which will be repaid in 17 equal semi-annual installments starting on June 22, 2012. The loan has a final maturity date of June 22, 2020 and bears interest at a fixed rate of 3.11%.

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On September 30, 2003, the Group issued in the US Private Placement market four series of unsecured notes amounting to USD 1,000.0 million and GBP 28.0 million. These notes comprised:

1) Series A USD 400.0 million of 5.29% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series A was repaid on September 30, 2013.

2) Series B USD 513.0 million of 5.83% Senior Notes due September 2015, amortising as of September 2011.

3) Series C USD 87.0 million of 5.93% Senior Notes due September 2015.

4) Series D GBP 28.0 million of 5.63% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series D was repaid on September 30, 2013.

On these four series, the Group pays interest semi-annually. SES is committed under the US Private Placement to maintaining covenants requiring certain financial ratios to be upheld within agreed limits in order to provide sufficient security to the lenders. Of these, the covenant which management monitors the most actively is the requirement to maintain the Net Debt/EBITDA ratio at a level of 3.5 or below.

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In April 2011, SES signed a financing agreement with Ex-Im Bank (Export-Import Bank of the United States) over USD 158 million for the investment in one geostationary satellite (QuetzSat). At the in-orbit acceptance date of the satellite, the facility was fully drawn with USD 152.2 million which will be repaid in 17 equal semi-annual installments starting on June 22, 2012. The loan has a final maturity date of June 22, 2020 and bears interest at a fixed rate of 3.11%.

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On September 30, 2003, the Group issued in the US Private Placement market four series of unsecured notes amounting to USD 1,000.0 million and GBP 28.0 million. These notes comprised:

1) Series A USD 400.0 million of 5.29% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series A was repaid on September 30, 2013.

2) Series B USD 513.0 million of 5.83% Senior Notes due September 2015, amortising as of September 2011.

3) Series C USD 87.0 million of 5.93% Senior Notes due September 2015.

4) Series D GBP 28.0 million of 5.63% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series D was repaid on September 30, 2013.

On these four series, the Group pays interest semi-annually. SES is committed under the US Private Placement to maintaining covenants requiring certain financial ratios to be upheld within agreed limits in order to provide sufficient security to the lenders. Of these, the covenant which management monitors the most actively is the requirement to maintain the Net Debt/EBITDA ratio at a level of 3.5 or below.

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In April 2011, SES signed a financing agreement with Ex-Im Bank (Export-Import Bank of the United States) over USD 158 million for the investment in one geostationary satellite (QuetzSat). At the in-orbit acceptance date of the satellite, the facility was fully drawn with USD 152.2 million which will be repaid in 17 equal semi-annual installments starting on June 22, 2012. The loan has a final maturity date of June 22, 2020 and bears interest at a fixed rate of 3.11%.

And

On September 30, 2003, the Group issued in the US Private Placement market four series of unsecured notes amounting to USD 1,000.0 million and GBP 28.0 million. These notes comprised:

1) Series A USD 400.0 million of 5.29% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series A was repaid on September 30, 2013.

2) Series B USD 513.0 million of 5.83% Senior Notes due September 2015, amortising as of September 2011.

3) Series C USD 87.0 million of 5.93% Senior Notes due September 2015.

4) Series D GBP 28.0 million of 5.63% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series D was repaid on September 30, 2013.

On these four series, the Group pays interest semi-annually. SES is committed under the US Private Placement to maintaining covenants requiring certain financial ratios to be upheld within agreed limits in order to provide sufficient security to the lenders. Of these, the covenant which management monitors the most actively is the requirement to maintain the Net Debt/EBITDA ratio at a level of 3.5 or below.

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In April 2011, SES signed a financing agreement with Ex-Im Bank (Export-Import Bank of the United States) over USD 158 million for the investment in one geostationary satellite (QuetzSat). At the in-orbit acceptance date of the satellite, the facility was fully drawn with USD 152.2 million which will be repaid in 17 equal semi-annual installments starting on June 22, 2012. The loan has a final maturity date of June 22, 2020 and bears interest at a fixed rate of 3.11%.

And

On September 30, 2003, the Group issued in the US Private Placement market four series of unsecured notes amounting to USD 1,000.0 million and GBP 28.0 million. These notes comprised:

1) Series A USD 400.0 million of 5.29% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series A was repaid on September 30, 2013.

2) Series B USD 513.0 million of 5.83% Senior Notes due September 2015, amortising as of September 2011.

3) Series C USD 87.0 million of 5.93% Senior Notes due September 2015.

4) Series D GBP 28.0 million of 5.63% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series D was repaid on September 30, 2013.

On these four series, the Group pays interest semi-annually. SES is committed under the US Private Placement to maintaining covenants requiring certain financial ratios to be upheld within agreed limits in order to provide sufficient security to the lenders. Of these, the covenant which management monitors the most actively is the requirement to maintain the Net Debt/EBITDA ratio at a level of 3.5 or below.

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In April 2011, SES signed a financing agreement with Ex-Im Bank (Export-Import Bank of the United States) over USD 158 million for the investment in one geostationary satellite (QuetzSat). At the in-orbit acceptance date of the satellite, the facility was fully drawn with USD 152.2 million which will be repaid in 17 equal semi-annual installments starting on June 22, 2012. The loan has a final maturity date of June 22, 2020 and bears interest at a fixed rate of 3.11%.

And

On September 30, 2003, the Group issued in the US Private Placement market four series of unsecured notes amounting to USD 1,000.0 million and GBP 28.0 million. These notes comprised:

1) Series A USD 400.0 million of 5.29% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series A was repaid on September 30, 2013.

2) Series B USD 513.0 million of 5.83% Senior Notes due September 2015, amortising as of September 2011.

3) Series C USD 87.0 million of 5.93% Senior Notes due September 2015.

4) Series D GBP 28.0 million of 5.63% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series D was repaid on September 30, 2013.

On these four series, the Group pays interest semi-annually. SES is committed under the US Private Placement to maintaining covenants requiring certain financial ratios to be upheld within agreed limits in order to provide sufficient security to the lenders. Of these, the covenant which management monitors the most actively is the requirement to maintain the Net Debt/EBITDA ratio at a level of 3.5 or below.

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Why use on in the second excerpt? What's meant by it? Why not for or with?

In April 2011, SES signed a financing agreement with Ex-Im Bank (Export-Import Bank of the United States) over USD 158 million for the investment in one geostationary satellite (QuetzSat). At the in-orbit acceptance date of the satellite, the facility was fully drawn with USD 152.2 million which will be repaid in 17 equal semi-annual installments starting on June 22, 2012. The loan has a final maturity date of June 22, 2020 and bears interest at a fixed rate of 3.11%.

And

On September 30, 2003, the Group issued in the US Private Placement market four series of unsecured notes amounting to USD 1,000.0 million and GBP 28.0 million. These notes comprised:

1) Series A USD 400.0 million of 5.29% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series A was repaid on September 30, 2013.

2) Series B USD 513.0 million of 5.83% Senior Notes due September 2015, amortising as of September 2011.

3) Series C USD 87.0 million of 5.93% Senior Notes due September 2015.

4) Series D GBP 28.0 million of 5.63% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series D was repaid on September 30, 2013.

On these four series, the Group pays interest semi-annually. SES is committed under the US Private Placement to maintaining covenants requiring certain financial ratios to be upheld within agreed limits in order to provide sufficient security to the lenders. Of these, the covenant which management monitors the most actively is the requirement to maintain the Net Debt/EBITDA ratio at a level of 3.5 or below.

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Why use on in the second excerpt? Why not for or with?

In April 2011, SES signed a financing agreement with Ex-Im Bank (Export-Import Bank of the United States) over USD 158 million for the investment in one geostationary satellite (QuetzSat). At the in-orbit acceptance date of the satellite, the facility was fully drawn with USD 152.2 million which will be repaid in 17 equal semi-annual installments starting on June 22, 2012. The loan has a final maturity date of June 22, 2020 and bears interest at a fixed rate of 3.11%.

And

On September 30, 2003, the Group issued in the US Private Placement market four series of unsecured notes amounting to USD 1,000.0 million and GBP 28.0 million. These notes comprised:

1) Series A USD 400.0 million of 5.29% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series A was repaid on September 30, 2013.

2) Series B USD 513.0 million of 5.83% Senior Notes due September 2015, amortising as of September 2011.

3) Series C USD 87.0 million of 5.93% Senior Notes due September 2015.

4) Series D GBP 28.0 million of 5.63% Senior Notes due September 2013, amortising as of September 2007. The Private Placement Series D was repaid on September 30, 2013.

On these four series, the Group pays interest semi-annually. SES is committed under the US Private Placement to maintaining covenants requiring certain financial ratios to be upheld within agreed limits in order to provide sufficient security to the lenders. Of these, the covenant which management monitors the most actively is the requirement to maintain the Net Debt/EBITDA ratio at a level of 3.5 or below.

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