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|Wednesday, December 23, 2009|
Sunwest Management Inc., a company whose recent history has been plagued with lawsuits and bankruptcy, will soon hit another turning point.
A decision is expected soon on whether Sunwest will be sold or remade as a new "stand-alone" company.
Read the full story at the Statesman Journal.
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