Originally Posted by rich815
So far (to be fair, just based on my knowledge....) noone wanted to buy the resting halide based manufacturing.
The market-value of these plants is thus zero.
How could a new owner succeed in trying to sell them after Kodak failed?
Of course those plants are still of value to the owner. That value would be less than the expected profits to be made over the time the plant still lasts or the market is still in existence.
But in this all we must not forget that the new owner is not a buyer who was free to decide to buy something for profit but a creditor who took what was offered.