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Recapitalisation is typically a type of corporate restructuring, which adjusts a company’s equity and debt ratio to bring in a more stable corporate structure. A company with low liquidity and decent business model, tend to reach recapitalisation, which allows it to exchange one form of financing for another to improve financial stability and check the financial risk.

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