Longer concession is the last hope

A PROSPECTUS due last month explains the deal with banks holding more than £8bn of junior debt which Eurotunnel hopes will enable the company to continue trading. Despite last November’s fire which will cost Eurotunnel and its insurers more than £200m, the restructuring deal is essentially unchanged from the package ...

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