ABU DHABI - Majority shareholders of Bank of Credit and Commerce International welcomed approval of a liquidation plan that would give creditors 30 cents to 40 cents on the dollar.

Although some creditors and depositors had complained that they did not stand to recover enough money, they approved the plan by 93% to 7%, according to Touche Ross, the accounting firm in London that is overseeing the liquidation.

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