March 10 (Bloomberg) -- Sazka AS, a bankrupt Czech lottery company, repaid 567 million koruna ($30.2 million) to Bank of New York Mellon Corp., one of its creditors, Pravo reported, citing Lenka Ticha, spokeswoman for Sazka’s administrator.
Sazka, based in Prague, raised the cash for the repayment by selling assets, the newspaper said. The company can now start repayments to other creditors, Pravo said, citing Jan Cupka, the administrator.
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