Manroland on brink of insolvency - sources


MUNICH, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Manroland, the world's second-biggest printing machine maker, is likely to file for insolvency on Friday, two people familiar with the company said on Thursday. "Only a miracle can avert insolvency now," one of the people said. A spokesman for Manroland, owned by insurer Allianz and truck maker MAN SE, said: "There is a supervisory board meeting taking place right now, at which the current situation and the future of the company are being discussed." ...

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