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Court rules on bankruptcy proceedings against S.t.e.i.n.

On September 11, the Bratislava Regional Court ruled on bankruptcy proceedings concerning S.t.e.i.n., a Bratislava-based company that went bust on December 2, 1999.

On September 11, the Bratislava Regional Court ruled on bankruptcy proceedings concerning S.t.e.i.n., a Bratislava-based company that went bust on December 2, 1999.

The creditors with preferred claims will receive Sk8.7 million (€288,800). Of this, Slovenská Konsolidačná,will receive Sk8.1 million (€268,900).

"Second category claims will be settled at 16.052 percent of the original claims, with a total of nearly Sk16 million being paid to Slovenská Konsolidačná (€531,100) in this category," the Commercial Bulletin states.

S.t.e.i.n. was entered in the Corporate Register on July 7, 1995. Its share capital is Sk1 million (€33,190). The company produces beer, malt, non-alcoholic drinks and syrup. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
The Slovak Spectator cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information presented in its Flash News postings.

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