A federal judge has ordered another postponement in the start of a trial on Detroit's bankruptcy plan.
Judge Steven Rhodes says in his order Wednesday that Detroit officials intend to submit a revised debt restructuring plan. He says for that reason, he's postponing the schedule of hearings and deadlines in he case.
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The trial in the largest municipal bankruptcy case in U.S. history now is scheduled to begin Aug. 29, rather than Aug. 21. It follows an earlier one-week postponement.
Detroit filed for bankruptcy protection in 2013, saying it couldn't repay $18 billion in debt.
It's reached agreements with many creditors, including retirees. Still unresolved is a challenge from New York-based Syncora Guarantee, which has a $400 million claim tied to an interest-rate swap deal on pension bond debt.
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