Qimonda insolvency administrator increases quantified claim
Neubiberg, Germany - June 15, 2012 - The insolvency administrator of Qimonda AG has increased his request for payment (see our press release of 14 February 2012) in the lawsuit pending in the Munich District Court I over the alleged economic re-establishment of Qimonda AG.
In his request for payment on the grounds of economic re-establishment the insolvency administrator is now seeking payment of at least approx. 3.35 billion Euro, plus interest. Furthermore, the insolvency administrator continues to base a substantial part of his alleged payment claims on so-called liability for impairment of capital (Differenzhaftung).
With respect to further details, we refer to our press release dated 14 February 2012.
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