Another bid to salvage USA Springs plan emerges

Sanders, Bob
June 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;6/3/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p9
The article reports on a plan of USA Springs Inc. to borrow 60 million U.S. dollars raised by Swiss company Malon Group AG in an effort to revive its financially troubled bottling plant in Nottingham and Barrington, New Hampshire in 2011. It states that a total of 2.4 million dollars will be paid by Malon Group AG for the loan's expenses. It also claims that Lower Falls Funding LLC will be sued by USA Springs Inc. for a loan which never materialized.


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