TOKYO — Nissan Diesel Motor Co. Ltd. reaches agreement on a debt-restructuring plan with four Japanese banks in a deal that should provide the truckmaker with a financially stable future. According to the plan, the Japanese banks would provide Nissan Diesel with a four-year credit line of ¥200 billion (US$1.96 billion). The truckmaker additionally will receive a capital injection of some ¥10 billion (US$98.1 million), probably through the issuance of convertible bonds or new shares — to be ...

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