TOKYO — Kanebo said it secured additional loans of up to 50 billion yen, or $455 million, from its lenders, led by Sumitomo Mitsui Bank.

The struggling cosmetics and textiles giant, with interest-bearing liabilities of about $5 billion, is planning to revitalize itself with support from the government’s Industrial Revitalization Corporation of Japan (IRCJ). The unguaranteed loans are to allow it to pay its suppliers while it waits for a decision by IRCJ on a restructuring plan.

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