Report offers hope to bust firm's creditors

November 2013
Cabinet Maker;11/8/2013, Issue 5860, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports that the unsecured creditors of Northern Irish retail business Linton & Robinson could receive a payment of about 15p to the £1 after the three County Tyrone, Northern Ireland-located sites were sold.


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