CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Cement firm default shows China more willing to let firms fail

* Firms says default certain for repayments on $500 mln 2020 bonds

CORRECTED-Amid China slowdown, foreign creditors face bankruptcy riddle

HONG KONG, May 18 As China's economy slows and Beijing becomes more relaxed about letting its companies fail, a rising number of foreign bondholders risk being caught up in the country's unpredictable court system.

Bonds, Regulatory News 30 Nov 2015

BRIEF-EEV Erneuerbare Energie says has filed for insolvency on Nov. 26

* Eev erneuerbare energie verorgungs ag says has filed for opening of insolvency proceeding on nov. 26 Further company coverage: (Frankfurt newsroom)

30 Nov 2015

BRIEF-Innovatec unit Sun System proposes composition with creditors

* Said on Friday that the board of its unit Sun System SpA proposed to resort to a composition with creditors

30 Nov 2015

Caesars appeals ruling on $364 million pension liability

CHICAGO, Nov 27 The bankrupt operating unit of Caesars Entertainment Corp (CEC) has appealed a ruling that would enforce payments of nearly $364 million in pension liabilities, according to court documents filed this week.

Bonds, Regulatory News, 27 Nov 2015

Creditors of Spain's Abengoa to meet KPMG on Monday-source

MADRID, Nov 27 Various bank creditors of Spain's Abengoa will meet KPMG on Monday, a source involved in the talks said on Friday.

Bonds, Regulatory News, 27 Nov 2015

Spanish government says Abengoa viable, needs partner

MADRID, Nov 27 Spain's Economy Minister Luis de Guindos said on Friday that the government believed troubled renewable energy group Abengoa was viable, though it was waiting for more details on its accounts after it started insolvency proceedings this week.

Bonds, Regulatory News, 27 Nov 2015

BRIEF-Lithuanian Shipping: general director applies for company bankruptcy proceedings

* Says its general director applied to District Court of Klaipeda to initiate company bankruptcy proceedings Source text for Eikon:

27 Nov 2015

UPDATE 1-Poland seeks to reassure on health of its banks

WARSAW, Nov 27 The Polish banking sector remains sound despite the costs incurred from this week's failure of SK Bank, the economic adviser to the country's president said on Friday.

27 Nov 2015

Polish presidential aide says banks safe despite SK Bank failure

WARSAW, Nov 27 The Polish president's economic advisor Zdzislaw Sokal told Reuters that the failure of SK bank which cost other lenders some 1.4 billion zlotys ($348.17 million) would not inflict any damage on the domestic banking sector.

27 Nov 2015


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