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Court Order Says Involuntary Petition Against Vitro has Been Dismissed
glassBYTEsJuly 27, 2011

All of the Alleged Debtors' and the Petitioning Creditors' rights with respect to any such application are reserved.” Last November four Vitro SAB creditors had filed a petition for involuntary bankruptcy against 15 of the company's US subsidiaries. ...more »

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