Hong Kong oil tycoon loses bankruptcy appeal
The Hong Kong Court of Appeal has upheld a bankruptcy order against the former chairman of a local petroleum company after concluding that a US$30 million debt he owes to a Vietnamese government-owned entity was not covered by a SIAC arbitration clause.
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