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Jeans maker Edwin Co. has filed for an out-of-court procedure to rehabilitate its business through a private-sector intermediary, a credit research agency and lawyers said Wednesday.

Following its fiddling of accounts to conceal its losses from derivatives transactions, the largest jeans maker in Japan aims to turn its business around through the highly transparent procedure known as “alternative dispute resolution.”

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