Mi Pueblo Food Centers, San Jose, Calif., said Wednesday that unless the U.S. bankruptcy court approves its reorganization plan before the end of May, the company might have to liquidate. According to a court filing, the 21-store chain said its reorganization plan, including capital infusions by a third party, "is currrently the best measure of [its] value and provides … the best chances of a successful reorganization." Mi Pueblo said it hopes to obtain approval for the plan ...
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