The liquidators of defunct Singapore-based trading firm ZenRock Commodities Trading Pte Ltd on Monday (7 February) issued a notice of intended dividend on the Government Gazette.
Details of the notice are as follows:
A complete coverage of the events leading to the liquidation of ZenRock Commodities Trading has been arranged by Singapore bunker publication Manifold Times (in descending date order) below:
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Published: 8 February, 2022
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