TOKYO, Sept 20 (Reuters) - Troubled truck maker Nissan Diesel Motor Co is to request 106 billion yen ($929.8 million) in financial aid from Nissan Motor Co and a group of lenders, the daily Nihon Keizai Shimbun said on Saturday. Nissan, which has until now been cautious about providing aid to the truckmaker, would be required to exchange at least 16 billion yen in loans and other claims into stock under a restructuring plan likely to be announced later this month, the paper said. Nissan ...
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