The company said it would not go ahead with the payment on the
In July, the company said it had received executed lock-up agreements from 84% of its senior secured notes and 65% of the notes by value in support of its plans for balance sheet restructuring to avoid bankruptcy. Later in the month, it said it had started a court process to restructure its financial obligations by means of a sanctioned settlement with all or some of its noteholders.
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