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the condition of being financially insolvent

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a state of complete lack of some abstract property

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inability to discharge all your debts as they come due

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a legal process intended to insure equality among the creditors of a corporation declared to be insolvent

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The new line to Amsterdam is on the verge of bankrupcy.
Financial ratios, discriminant analysis and the prediction of corporate bankrupcy.
He made headlines in October when the Moststroy group of companies, one of the three largest infrastructure construction groups in the country, which he is widely believed to control, filed for bankrupcy after its bank accounts had been frozen because of unpaid debts.
The determinants of professional fees in large bankrupcy reorganization cases.
And when the one nationalised bank, Anglo Irish, commits to lending EUR68million to a developer fighting bankrupcy while they refuse to lend tiny sums to small businesses or homebuyers, that suspicion grows stronger.
Finally, the protest by the Bolivian Workers' Movement (COB), the confrontation between the Bolivian government and the citizens in 1996, the presidential election and International Development Bank (Bidesa) bankrupcy in 1997, as well as the natural phenomenon denominated El Nino all produced negative effects during this period.
Keywords: Bankrupcy, Neural networks, Thailand, Time series prediction, financial variables, Principal component analysis (PCA)
Many of my clients would have faced bankrupcy or insolvency had I not won their cases.
2006) show that the loss of human capital adds to the costs of barnkruptcy, and therefore argue that bankrupcy costs might be of the same order of magnitude as tax benefits.
If that isn't scary enough, consider that--just five years since its near bankrupcy and subsequent rescue by Renault--the company has erased its debt and achieved record profits for its fiscal year 2003 (ending March 31, 2004) with an 11.