SINGAPORE — Troubled water treatment company Hyflux will finally go into liquidation now that a court has approved an application for winding up the company, marking the end to a charismatic founder’s once high-flying startup.
“I am grateful for all the assistance rendered by all parties,” Justice Aedit Abdullah said on Wednesday during the Singapore court hearing, conducted through videoconferencing, as he granted approval to begin Hyfluxs winding up — more than three years after the company filed for bankruptcy protection.
The hearing was originally set for July 12 but was adjourned as Utico, a utilities company from the United Arab Emirates, attempted to intervene in the company’s liquidation. Utico had earlier proposed a restruc…
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