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Miss Unvierse

Bangkok – The Thai media company that owns the Miss Universe beauty pageant brand said on Thursday it has filed for bankruptcy while it tries to resolve a “liquidity problem”.

JKN Global Group made the announcement in a statement to the Thai Stock Exchange two months after it missed a deadline to repay bonds worth around $12 million.

The company, owned by media mogul and transgender rights campaigner Anne Jakapong Jakrajutatip, bought the pageant  previously owned by former US president Donald Trump  in 2022 for $20 million.

Miss Universe brand owner JKN Global Group, owned by media mogul and transgender rights campaigner Anne Jakapong Jakrajutatip, said it filed for bankruptcy after it failed to repay bonds worth around $12 million but said operations will continue.

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— ABS-CBN News (@ABSCBNNews) November 9, 2023

JKN’s statement said its board of directors agreed on Tuesday to submit a business rehabilitation plan to the kingdom’s bankruptcy court.

“Submitting the rehabilitation petition will effectively solve the Company’s liquidity problem under legal mechanism and provide fair protection to all stakeholders,” the statement said.

Operations will continue under the plan, it added.

JKN’s share price has dropped by nearly 80 percent over the past 12 months, standing at 0.77 baht on Thursday.

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Source: AFP

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