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White knight SM Investments walks away from Hyflux rescue deal

Chan Chao Peh
Chan Chao Peh4/4/2019 02:03 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
White knight SM Investments walks away from Hyflux rescue deal
SINGAPORE (Apr 4): Indonesian consortium SM Investments has aborted its proposed deal to invest in Hyflux, ending an agreement that was seen as a lifeline for the beleaguered water treatment company.
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SINGAPORE (Apr 4): Indonesian consortium SM Investments has aborted its proposed deal to invest in Hyflux, ending an agreement that was seen as a lifeline for the beleaguered water treatment company.


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Hyflux said in a statement on Thursday that the deal with SM Investments, made up of Indonesia's Salim Group and Medco Group, had lapsed after the latter did not provide a written confirmation that it will proceed with the rescue deal, despite repeated requests by Hyflux to do so.

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