Thai Volvo distributor Swedish Motors reportedly is halting interest payments to creditors while it awaits the outcome of debt restructuring talks. It announces the decision in a report to the Stock Exchange of Thailand. "The board unanimously resolved that the company will not pay future interest and principal installments pending the outcome of the debt restructuring under discussion as proposed to all syndicated lenders," the report says. Volvo Cars, a unit of Ford Motor Co., owns ...

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