Indonesia's Astra Int'l secures $387.2 mln loan


JAKARTA, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Indonesia's largest automotive distributor, PT Astra International Tbk , has secured $387.2 million in loans from syndicated banks to finance its business expansion plans, the firm said. Astra International's finance director, Simon J. Mawson, said in a statement late on Friday the revolving loan will be used to finance the company's spending and investments, but the company did not give details. The loan was arranged by BNP Paribas , Citibank N.A., The ...

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