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Intu Properties seeks standstill agreements with creditors to avoid default
18th May
  • Intu Properties says it might not be able to meet its debt commitments in June.
  • The real estate company is seeking standstill agreements with creditors to avoid default.
  • With a debt of £4.69 billion in 2019, the firm recently furloughed 80% of its workforce.

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