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13 April 2016 By Una Galani

Two thirds of the steel giant’s $9.7 bln of net debt is attached to its ailing European business. That is complicating its efforts to extract itself from the disastrous purchase. Even if Tata can offload the assets, it’s hard to see how creditors will avoid sharing the pain.

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