Dia denies endorsing LetterOne’s debt restructuring plan, but mulls rights issue

Spanish supermarket group Distribuidora Internacional de Alimentación revealed a new scheme to solve its financial troubles on Wednesday, away from the potential debt cut and cash injection recently suggested by its largest single shareholder LetterOne.

  • By Victor Jimenez
  • 12 Dec 2018

“In connection with the statements and alleged news published today by certain media, Dia wishes to confirm that it has not proposed  its banking entities at any time any release of its debt,” said the group in a public statement.

Instead, it confirmed that it was in ...

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