Astra says creditors meeting abandoned


SINGAPORE, Nov 26 (Reuters) - A meeting of the creditors of Indonesian auto giant PT Astra International broke up due to the lack of a quorum, a company official said on Tuesday. Astra had sought the meeting to try to get two-thirds of its creditors to approve a plan to restructure $820 million of its debt. "We did not get sufficient lenders to achieve a quorum for the meeting today. We are very optimistic that we will be able to call another meeting in December and achieve the quorum ...

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