Kaiser May Emerge from Chapter 11 in Early 2006

October 2005
Metal Center News;Oct2005, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p65
Trade Publication
Reports on the likelihood for Kaiser Aluminum Corp. to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection if its reorganization plan is approved by the bankruptcy court in the U.S. Schedule of the court hearing for the reorganization plan; Potential of Kaiser to emerge as a globally competitive company; Inclusion of the cancellation of the equity interests of current stockholders in the plan.


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