AMR Thinks It Can Renegotiate Almost $5 Billion In Liabilities

AMR Corp. has identified $4.8 billion in liabilities it believes can be reduced during its Chapter 11 reorganization, with more than half attributed to debt. In addition to the $2.5 billion in debt and accrued interest the company thinks it can renegotiate, there is some $1.9 billion in aircraft...

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