Benutzer sm schrieb:
Und nun behauptet Burmeister, daß sie keine finanziellen Schwierigkeiten hätten. Im Internet hat WAXS aber selbst bekannt gegeben, daß man das sogenannte Chapter 11 (ähnlich unserer Insolvenz !) angemeldet hat.
.... Lügen können die also immer noch
Vorsicht!!!!! Die Meldung war: Wenn keine Mittel zu fliessen, MÜSSTE chapter 11 angemeldet werden!!!!
Es hieß nicht, das sie es angemeldet haben!!!!
Heute übrigens wichtige neue Meldung:
Tuesday April 3, 12:12 pm Eastern Time
World Access raises TelDaFax stake, to cover debts
(UPDATE: Adds quotes from World Access COO, share price)
By Sarah Knight
FRANKFURT, April 3 (Reuters) - U.S. telecoms firm World Access Inc. (NasdaqNM:WAXS - news) said on Tuesday it planned to cover the debts of TelDaFax , throwing a lifeline to the troubled German telecoms operator which has filed for insolvency.
``Within a few weeks we will have paid the balance back and TelDaFax will be back to normal,'' World Access President and Chief Operating Officer Walter Burmeister told a news conference.
World Access also said it had raised its stake in TelDaFax to 70.11 percent from 33 percent and said the German company was ``the cornerstone of our operations in Europe.''
The news helped pull shares in TelDaFax off their lows. The stock initially fell over 40 percent after being suspended from trade on Monday, when the firm said it had filed for insolvency, but were just 3.7 percent lower at 0.52 euros by 1603 GMT.
TelDaFax filed for insolvency as it was unable to fulfill payments amounting to a double-digit million marks sum owed to former German telecoms monopoly Deutsche Telekom AG . TelDaFax said Telekom had threatened to cut it off on Monday.
Insolvency administrator Bernd Reuss said TelDaFax could not continue to operate with the threat of being cut off hanging over the company.
``The situation can't go on like this, a result is urgently needed,'' he told the news conference.
TelDaFax, which has seen the prices it charges slide by 70 to 80 percent since 1998, said talks with Deutsche Telekom to try to keep its business operative were still under way.
World Access said it would seek to block Deutsche Telekom's takeover of U.S. cellphone operator VoiceStream Wireless Corp. (NasdaqNM:VSTR - news) if the German telecoms giant cut off TelDaFax.
Burmeister said that World Access had $100 million in cash and would sell properties in Australia and New Zealand to raise another $50 million to help it fund the German company.
Under U.S. regulations, World Access was unable to inject cash into TelDaFax before it increased its stake in the company to a majority on Monday.