TOKYO, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Japanese truck maker Nissan Diesel Motor said on Tuesday that its main banks and major shareholder Nissan Motor would extend it 106 billion yen ($957 million) in financial aid to help its balance sheet. The announcement was expected after detailed reports of a bailout had circulated for nearly two weeks, lifting the truck maker's shares by more than 10 percent since the first report. Under the plan, Mizuho Corporate Bank , Mizuho Trust & Banking Co and ...
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