This file photo taken on September 2, 2011 shows a general view of the STX (FRANCE) shipyard in Saint-Nazaire during the construction of the "X32" liner. / AFP / FRANK PERRY
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A South Korean court handling the bankruptcy case of STX Offshore and Shipbuilding Co., said Tuesday it could announce the bundled sale of the company with its profitable French shipyard unit later this week.Originally it was assumed that the French unit would be sold off separately as part of a general restructuring plan, but the bankruptcy court signaled its preference for selling the two companies as a package.In 2008, STX bought a 66.6 percent stake in a huge naval shipyard in the western French port of Saint-Nazaire, later named STX France.
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