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Millfield confident on closing cash gap

Millfield has admitted a capital adequacy shortfall of 0.8m to the FSA and says it expects this to rise to 1.5m for late December. The board is confident that it will eliminate the shortfall, pointing out it has a cash balance of 8.1m.

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