SINGAPORE - Crippled with a debt of US$877 million (S$1.16 billion), offshore services provider Otto Marine is seeking insolvency protection from the High Court in a bid to salvage the company and stave off liquidation.
The troubled company, which has been delisted from the Singapore Exchange, filed an application last week to be placed under judicial management.
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