Grant Inc., is a well known U.S firm that needs to borrow 10 million British pounds to support a new business in the United Kingdom. However, it cannot obtain financing from te British banks beacuse it is not yet established within the United Kingdom. It decides to issue dollar denominated debt (at par value) in the United States, for which is will pay an annual coupon rate of 10 percent. It then will convert the dollar proceeds from the debt issue into British pounds at the prevailing spot rate ( the prevailing spot rate is one pound = $1.70). Over each of the next 3 years, it plans to use the revenue in pounds from the new business in the United Kingdom to make its annual debt payment. Grant Inc., engages in a currency swap in whgich it will convert pounds to dollarsat an exchange rate of $1.70 per pounds at the end of each of the next 3 years. How many dollars must be borrowed initially to support the new buisness in the United Kingdom? How many pounds should Grant Inc., specify in the swap agreement that it will swap over each of the next 3 years in exchange for dollars so that it can make its annual coupon payments to the U. Ss creditors?