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Ex One Nation senator Rod Culleton in court: bankruptcy case – Perth Now - January 31, 2017

Perth Now Ex One Nation senator Rod Culleton in court: bankruptcy case Perth Now The former One Nation-turned independent MP was deemed an undischarged bankrupt last month but denies he can't pay his debts and is appealing. The insolvency declaration came after the WA District Court ordered Mr .

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Brazil plans changes to bankruptcy law to help recovery: source … – Reuters UK - January 31, 2017

Reuters UK Brazil plans changes to bankruptcy law to help recovery: source ... Reuters UK Brazil plans to overhaul its bankruptcy law to help troubled companies survive a two-year recession that has led a record number of them to suspend debt ... and more ».

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Brazil plans changes to bankruptcy law to help recovery: source – Reuters - January 31, 2017

Reuters Brazil plans changes to bankruptcy law to help recovery: source Reuters BRASILIA Brazil plans to overhaul its bankruptcy law to help troubled companies survive a two-year recession that has led a record number of them to suspend debt payments, a senior member of the government's economi.

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Senator Rod Culleton goes to hospital after being served bankruptcy papers – ABC Online - January 31, 2017

ABC Online Senator Rod Culleton goes to hospital after being served bankruptcy papers ABC Online Witness Frank Bertola said Senator Culleton fell during a fracas outside Perth Magistrates Court on Tuesday morning as One Nation member Anthony Fels was trying to serve him bankruptcy papers. Mr Bertola.

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Brazilian Companies File Bankruptcy in Record Figures – teleSUR English - January 31, 2017

teleSUR English Brazilian Companies File Bankruptcy in Record Figures teleSUR English Even more companies of this size are expected to file for bankruptcy in 2017. Reuters reported that PDG Realty was considering seeking creditor protection if banks didn't refinance the homebuilder's loans.

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Australian Construction Firms Owed $15.4 billion in Unpaid Debt – Sourceable - January 31, 2017

Sourceable Australian Construction Firms Owed $15.4 billion in Unpaid Debt Sourceable The latest data follows ongoing concern about the level of insolvency with the building sector throughout Australia. A Senate Inquiry into construction industry in 2015 talked of a 'culture of non-payments.

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