priority creditors bankruptcy

Nova Teachers Will receive all pay due?

How important are workers as creditors under Japanese bankruptcy law? Nova has no assets left?

Employees is our top priority over other creditors. However, the company and the industry has great schools were more than 400 It is take a little time, asset pricing and sell-off. I think they would have to pay 1 years later? or more?

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