Netia debt-for equity deal drags on

February 2002
Warsaw Business Journal;2/25/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 8, p3
Reports the disagreement among shareholders and debtholders concerning the details of a debt-for-equity swap of the company Netia in Warsaw, Poland. Postponement of a general shareholders meeting; Proposal of shareholders for the bondholders; Move of Netia in filing a court motion to start debt restructuring proceedings.


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