Goverment Saving Cimos International
Ljubljana, 4 March - GOVERNMENT/SESSION
The government called for debt enforcement in the Koper-based automotive supplier Cimos International at its regular session on Thursday. In case debt enforcement is not agreed, Cimos would go bankrupt and about 2500 jobs within and outside the company would be lost, while the government could not have SIT 1.7 billion of its claims paid.
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