NETHERLANDS: Fish processing company gets new lease of life
Harlingen-based fish processing firm The Fish Company has been given a new lease of life with an injection of cash from its board and shareholders, according to an announcement made yesterday [Thursday] by the company's receiver S. Roodhof. The Fish Company was declared bankrupt on 1 February 2002 with a debt of about €4.5m (US$3.9m). It explained at the time that it was hit hard by a weakening of demand for fish from the US and Japan in the aftermath of the US terrorist attacks on 11 September.
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