Digging out of a mountain is no easy feat. Russian mining and metals firm Mechel has its own mountain of around $9bn of debt — or nine times Ebitda — from which it is clawing an escape. Its approach has been to renegotiate terms with lenders and to sell assets, according to the firm's CFO, Stanislav Ploschenko.
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