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restructuring

The transformation from one representation form to another at the same relative abstraction level, while preserving the subject system's external behaviour (functionality and semantics).
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To induce innovation, we should reform the system for industrial and corporate restructuring," Finance Minister Kim Dong-yeon said Friday.
There is a connection between the number of made corporate restructuring and the economic, regulatory, and technological shocks, which is proved by the waves of corporate restructuring.
It provides for the establishment, licensing and regulation of corporate restructuring companies and the manner in which they can carry on business.
NASDAQ: RILY) has named Perry Mandarino to form its newly created restructuring solutions team and will serve as senior managing director and head of corporate restructuring, the company said.
While making his opinion at a Corporate Restructuring Conference in Dublin, he called for a speedy and surgical approach to corporate restructuring and said that such a move could have a big impact on struggling firms.
Upon approval, all of the company's ILEC operations will have been approved for the corporate restructuring, which will allow a complete transition of the company into a holding company.
The company had earlier announced a corporate restructuring for the company on March 27, 2009.
Against this backdrop, the Korean government built a consensus over taking clear stances and establishing firm principles in pursuing corporate restructuring in order to maximize chances of successful restructuring.
Shamil Bank's recent corporate restructuring reflects our efforts to consolidate the bank's leading position in the kingdom's Islamic banking industry," said Faisal Al Alwan, chief executive.
Mergers, acquisitions, and corporate restructurings, 4th ed.
Corporate restructuring by Algoma's European joint venture partner, SIAG (Schaaf Industries Corporation), has lead the steelmaker to prepare a "contingency plan" to search for alternative partners to build the $35-million facility.
Indeed, the political excitement over the present merger activities can be interpreted as a sign of the momentum of corporate restructuring in Europe, with a growing number of companies developing pan-European ambitions.

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