Administrators called in to decide the fate of beleaguered Dutch airframer Fokker continue to hold out hopes that the 76-year-old company could be kept intact - hopes that were bolstered Friday when the Dutch government granted Fokker enough bridging aid to keep it in business for another six weeks. Rutger Schimmelpenninck, one of the three administrators now helping to run Fokker after German parent Daimler-Benz pulled the plug on its majority stake last week (DAILY, Jan. 23, 25), ...
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