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May 9, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Commenting on the planned liquidation of Commodore International Ltd, a spokeswoman for Commodore Bromaschinen GmbH in Frankfurt said that the Nassau, Bahamas-based parent company hoped to continue operations on a smaller scale, while still keeping the Commodore and Amiga trade names, with the help of an Asian investor – Only five people here know the name of the investor, said spokeswoman Karola Bode; she added that some of the 35 Commodore units worldwide had already been liquidated and others will be closed, while those units that are still profitable – including companies in Scandinavia, in Italy, Canada and Germany – would probably continue operations.

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