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NEW YORK – PerkinElmer said after the close of the market on Tuesday it is offering $850 million in aggregate principal 3.3 percent senior notes due in 2029.

The notes will be issued at 99.67 percent of the principal amount and the issuance is expected to close on Sept. 12. The notes will pay interest semi-annually.

The book-running managers for the offering are JP Morgan and Bank of America Securities.

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