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How much phoenix company paid for failed IT firm

David Williams
Fri, 08 Feb 2013

The assets of failed Auckland IT business Maclean Computing, which collapsed last year owing more than $3 million, were sold by the liquidator for $180,000.

Allan Maclean's firm was placed in liquidation last July, with more than $1 million owed to ANZ bank, staff holiday pay, unpaid GST and

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David Williams
Fri, 08 Feb 2013
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