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Countertop Maker Clio Files for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Countertop maker Clio Holdings LLC, created from the roll up of a number of smaller players, is closing its doors after failing to integrate its businesses and suffering from both the Trump administration’s tariffs imposed during the U.S.-China trade war and by separate, more recent duties on imported Chinese quartz.

Private equity-backed Clio, founded in 2016 with an aim of consolidating countertop players in a fragmented industry, filed to liquidate its business under chapter 7 Wednesday, along with six related businesses,…

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