Latest News 2010 December Company Files Petition for Involuntary Bankruptcy

Company Files Petition for Involuntary Bankruptcy

Four Vitro creditors have reportedly filed a petition for involuntary bankruptcy against 15 of the company's subsidiaries. The noteholders reportedly own about $75 million of the company's debt. There is reportedly a prepackaged plan that is anticipated to work in coalition with the bankruptcy petition.     

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