Bakers Hits A Credit Crunch

Bakers Footwear warns that it is running the risk of not meeting minimum profit-related conditions this year for its bank facilities. Because of this, its long-term debts are considered current liabilities. It is operating on negative working capital of $12.8 million, with just $600,000 in unused credit available. On May ...

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