TOKYO — Nissan Diesel Motor Co. Ltd. eases its initial debt-reform targets. The ailing truckmaker says its original reform plans were too ambitious in light of a depressed truck industry. The truckmaker, which is 22.5% owned by Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. and 22.5% owned by Renault SA, originally targeted reducing its consolidated interest-bearing debt by ¥100 billion (US$940 million) to ¥400 billion (US$3.8 billion) in two years. The company instead reportedly wants to reach the ¥400 billion ...

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