A recent bankruptcy case provides some good news to foreign banks that are active corporate lenders in the United States.

The federal appeals court in New York has made it tougher for bankruptcy trustees to recover funds used to repay loans to foreign banks. The court found that the "avoidance" provisions of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code do not always apply to foreign banks.

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