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3/21/2013 00:15 AM EDT
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re: Suntech unit files for bankruptcy
AliciaS   3/29/2013 9:28:41 AM
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Well, this is really sad news. It must be so difficult to come to a decision when you understand that there is no other choice left other than file for a bankruptcy. But there are some people and multiple companies who do that just to skip paying their debts. Hopefully this is not one of them. It is like you know as I could have turn myself to a bankrupt over some payday cash loans for instance. I have a loan with PaydayLoans@ - http://paydayloansat.com/ - and I am willing to pay it off in full, as I am not some sort of a douchebag or whatsoever you know. Hopefully things are going to improve for Suntech though.

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