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BBC News NI Business Correspondent
Workers at the troubled bus manufacturer Wrightbus celebrate after a deal for its sale is agreed.
BBC News NI Economics and Business editor John Campbell explains the Wrightbus deal negotiations.
The fate of Wrightbus will be known in hours, Ian Paisley MP has said.
The Ballymena business was placed into administration last month and is up for sale.
The English industrialist Jo Bamford, son of JCB chairman Lord Bamford, is understood to have made a bid for the company.
However, the ownership of the Wrightbus factory, at Galgorm just outside Ballymena, remains a barrier to an overall resolution.
The union, Unite, said the deadline to resolve the current impasse over site ownership was now 10:00 BST on Thursday.