"The working capital situation at Cox & Kings (was) stretched in the past few months and was further affected due to its inability to replace the short-term loans with long-term loans/regular working capital lines," the company told stock exchanges late on Monday. "The company is taking all the required measures to resolve the temporary cash-flow mismatch."
Out of Rs 65 crore that fell due, the company repaid only Rs 15 crore to investors of CPs.
Cox and Kings is also evaluating each business and identifying ways to improve operational performance. It plans to reach out to lenders, seeking revision in loan repayment terms.
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