JAKARTA — Indonesian automaker PT Astra International jumps the latest hurtle in its US$1.1 billion debt-restructuring plan by reaching an agreement with its bondholders. Indonesia's largest automaker, in which Toyota Motor Corp. holds a stake, met with holders of its U.S. dollar bonds, which overwhelmingly voted to accept the debt-restructuring plan. This agreement follows an April announcement that 95% of Astra's foreign bank creditors approved plans to reschedule about US$700 million ...

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