Brookfield's plan to acquire cash-strapped Suzlon hits a roadblock

Canadian financial powerhouse Brookfield’s plan to acquire Suzlon has hit a roadblock, with the Canadian firm asking Indian banks to take a ‘significant haircut’ on its Rs 10,300-crore debt. The haircut by banks could go as high as 70 per cent — taking into account similar deals with loan defaulters, said the source. Suzlon has become a non-performing account for the Indian banks from the June quarter after it defaulted on its loan repayments. A banking source said they had not received any response from Brookfield which sought 45 days to conduct due diligence on .....

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