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McDonald’s Running its Indian Business Amid all The Losses
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McDonald’s Running its Indian Business Amid all The Losses

The world’s largest fast-food chain McDonald’s is reportedly facing a huge amount of loss in India. McDonald’s India has announced its biggest loss amounting to INR 305 crore in the financial year ending in March 2017, after canceling the investments in Connaught Plaza Restaurants (CPRL) which ought to be its licensee partner. All this was because of a five-year-old official disagreement with CPRL. In this regard, McDonald’s India said, “Considering that CPRL is having significant accumulated losses as of date and considering that the company has terminated all its franchise arrangements in favour of CPRL, the management feels that its investments in CPRL are impaired and accordingly a provision of Rs 198.20 crore has been considered in the financial statements of the company for diminu...
Reliance and JM Financial’s Joint Bid Rejected For Alok Industries
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Reliance and JM Financial’s Joint Bid Rejected For Alok Industries

Reliance Industries has reported that its resolution plan for acquiring Alok Industries in conjunction with JM Financial Asset Reconstruction Company has been rejected by the committee of creditors (CoC). JM Financial had bid jointly with Reliance Industries to acquire mega textile producer Alok Industries. As per the guidelines of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, a failure in approval of the resolution plan within the prescribed timeline can make the assets go into liquidation. A RIL spokesperson in a regulatory filing to the exchanges said,   We have been lately informed that our plans have not aligned favorably with Committee of Creditors as required under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code.   Alok Industries had earlier reported that Corporate Insolvency Resoluti...