RLPC-Honsel extends standstill agreement until end April


By Zaida Espana LONDON, March 31 (Reuters) - German automotive components group Honsel has extended a standstill agreement on its loans until April 30, a Honsel spokesperson told Reuters on Tuesday. Honsel will continue discussions regarding its operational and financial restructuring in the meantime, spokesperson Maria Lahaye-Geusen said. The German light metal components manufacturer secured a standstill agreement with its lenders in December last year. Honsel's majority ...

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