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NewOcean: Winding up petition hearing changed to 19 Nov due to ‘clerical error’

08 Nov 2021

Hong Kong-listed NewOcean Energy Holdings Limited on Friday (5 November) announced a clarification of the winding up petition schedule filed against the company by Hongkong Shanghai Banking Corporations (HSBC).

The latest update states there was a “clerical error” made during the earlier announcement. The winding up petition scheduled on 11 November should be correctly stated as Friday (19 November).

The company notes the clarification does not affect other information contained in the earlier announcement and the content of the announcement remains correct and unchanged.

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Photo credit: Eric Rothermel from Unsplash
Published: 8 November, 2021

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