JAKARTA, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Leading Indonesian carmaker Astra International said on Thursday the company will meet with its creditors on December 12. "The company plans to hold a second creditors' meeting on December 12 in Singapore," said a company spokesman. The company has sent a letter to the Jakarta Stock Exchange informing them of the plan. A first meeting on Tuesday had to break up due to the lack of a quorum. In the meeting, Astra hopes to gain creditors' approval of an $820 ...
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