Components Manufacturer Zalman denies bankruptcy




Zalman, a manufacturer of PC components, denies that it has in South Korea filed for bankruptcy. However, the manufacturer confirms that he is in technical difficulties by problems at parent company Moneual.

In a statement opposite Tom’s Hardware spokesman Zalman does the news about bankruptcy off as rumors untrue. “Zalman is not bankrupt,” the spokesman said. However, it confirms that financial problems at the company, due to “difficulties” in South Korean parent company Moneual. The spokesman Zalman promises that will soon come up with more clarity.

Earlier this week came out that Moneual would have committed massive fraud. The company would have blown the export of products in the books. Moneual would have borrowed millions from banks and even special warehouses and facilities in Hong Kong have hired to make banks think that the export was greater than that which was in reality. Employees say Korean media that money is used to keep Zalman Moneual running. The board of Moneual would be in custody.


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