Astra seeks debt restructuring plan JAKARTA — PT Astra International is changing its strategy to construct a debt-restructuring plan acceptable to all creditors. The automaker hopes to secure a deal with two-thirds of them by April 21. Astra, partly owned by Toyota Motor Corp., owes about US$2 billion in foreign debt. The company reportedly is asking creditors to follow provisions of Indonesia's new bankruptcy laws to vote on a debt settlement, which requires at least half the creditors, ...

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