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D. E. Shaw Composite Investments Asia 10 (Cayman) Ltd. v. Grand State Investments Ltd.: Winding Up Petition

Winding Up Petition regarding an alleged debt of $71 million in D. E. Shaw Composite Investments Asia 10 (Cayman) Limited, of the Cayman Islands v. Grand State Investments Limited, described as a Cayman Islands company that is "involved in the operation of various schools and kindergartens in the People's Republic of China" at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

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D. E. Shaw Composite Investments Asia 10 (Cayman) Limited



January 12, 2021


Liquidations & Insolvencies;Litigation;Securities & Investment



Grand State Investments Limited


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