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official receiver

noun [C]
 
UK
a person who is ordered by the government to deal with the income and property of a company or a person after they have gone bankrupt (= are unable to pay their debts)
(政府任命的處理破產事務的)官方接管人,破產管理人
Starting, succeeding and failing in business
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in Chinese (Simplified) (政府任命的处理破产事务的)官方接管人,破产管理人…
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