Parmalat, the Italian dairy company that reorganized after being forced into bankruptcy over an accounting fraud scandal, has failed in its bid to convince a Manhattan federal judge to dismiss a securities class action suit against it.

The earlier incarnation of Parmalat collapsed and filed for bankruptcy in 2003. The new entity argued it should not be held liable for transgressions of its predecessor.

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