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21 Aug 2013 04:08 GMT | Business & Economy, US & Canada, United States
Photography firm Kodak may be snap happy once again as it is no longer officially bankrupt.
A judge has approved a restructuring plan to help finance its $7bn debt.
Al Jazeera's John Terrett reports from New York.
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Economic picture looks bright in upstate New York city where embattled film company once flourished.
Business & Economy
US photographic film pioneer files for bankruptcy protection after years of failing to make a profit in digital market.
Business & Economy, US & Canada, United States
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