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Eventually, Tapie's opponent became the French state itself, through the Consortium de Realisation (CDR), an entity in charge of settling the bank's old affairs.
En septembre 2008, Christine Lagarde s'etait deja longuement expliquee sur le recours a un tribunal arbitral qui a condamne le Consortium de realisation (CDR), structure publique gerant le passif du Credit lyonnais apres sa quasi-faillite des annees 1990, a verser a M.
Intervenant au cours d'une reunion avec les responsables du maEtre de l'oeuvre et ceux du consortium de realisation, M.
Polygram is buying 1,051 films including When Harry Met Sally and The Commitments from French firm Consortium de Realisation.
Following a bidding process that involved more than 10 studios, MGM Home Entertainment has acquired exclusive limited rights to 100 films that are controlled by Consortium de Realisation.
``We are pleased to have entered into this agreement with Frank Mancuso and his associates, knowing that he has worked successfully for almost three years to return MGM to the place it deserves among the major studios,'' said Michel Rouger, chairman of Consortium de Realisation, the bank agency handling the transaction.
WHEREAS, Consortium de Realisation ("CDR") was created pursuant to a statute to resolve CLSA's bad debts, in accordance with an Agreement dated April 5, 1995, between the Republic of France and CLSA, and thereafter CDR took over operating control of the film and Parretti and Fiorini related loan portfolios of CLBN;
28, 1995, EPFR's purpose is to finance the defeasance of nonperforming assets transferred by Credit Lyonnais to the Consortium de Realisation (CDR).