It is understood Fulai is owned by a Hong Kong investment business.
The latest sale of stock follows LDK‘s disposal of its heavily loss-making LDK Anhui subsidiary to Shanghai Qianjiang Group for RMB25m ($4m) on January 4. At that point, LDK Anhui had negative net assets of $54m and bank borrowings of $485m.
The latest share sale further muddies the waters in terms of who owns LDK Solar after the Heng Rui Xin Energy Company an investment vehicle itself 40% owned by the Chinese state investment vehicle Asset Management Company paid $21.7m for a 19.9% stake in LDK in October 2012.
The latest share sale values LDK Solar at around $259m with the panel, wafer and cell manufacturer and solar plant developer rumored to be sitting on a $3.1bn debt mountain.
Elsewhere in the Chinese solar market, China Gogreen Assets Investment Ltd has announced an intention to rename its English business Jun Yang Solar Power Investments Ltd.
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