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S'pore oil borrowers asking bondholders to cut them some slack

Wednesday, November 25, 2015 - 05:50


BORROWERS in Singapore, so far spared from a wave of defaults in the oil services industry, are starting to ask creditors to cut them some slack.

Three companies including Dyna-Mac Holdings Ltd, part-owned by Keppel Corp, this month are asking bondholders to alter certain

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