CHICAGO — Detroit, which is edging closer to a state takeover, could be on the hook for hundreds of millions in termination fees tied to its derivatives contracts on more than $2.5 billion of outstanding debt if the state appoints an emergency manager.

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder said Friday that the state will launch a review of the city's finances, a 30-day process that marks the official start of a state intervention.

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