Well, it looks alike. What I wrote previously was confirmed and I don't think that there gonna be an happy ending. The Finzurich fund who first garanteed to buy up all the assets gave only 200.000 euros, which is only 10% of the total amount. So as promised, the liquidator asked the commercial court of Romans to summon the managers. Next round on October 6. Besides, the 130 workers who was assured to be hired back was advised to join the shoe/leather's reclassification platform settled in Romans. Not an optimistic advice actually. Furthermore, there's no words from Finzurich about the subject. So except a new development in this judicial saga, we might actually witness the end of Charles Jourdan.
Une publicité pour le souvenir.