Not sure about holding my breath but I need to suspend my belief in business economics.
Agfa couldn't make it pay and it will cost a great deal now to restart things. However despite the less than rosy future for paper manufacture, there may be outside businesses willing to finance this, despite presumably having other investments available for their money.
So a whole range of investments have been considered and re-starting Agfa came our on top?
I wonder how they'd get on in the Dragon's Den. For non UK tv viewers this is where entrepreneurs looking for investment have about 5 minutes to convince a trio of hardheaded business people to invest in their idea.
The specialists in the photo scene therefore itself are united, that in the forums now vagabonding the announcements of an substantial production rather as a marketing bubble, to be regarded as a less than substantial statement.
Rest assured and plan accordingly (it's nice to see former IRS code drafters have found work in the private sector...).