PT Astra International, Indonesia’s financially beleaguered auto maker, is planning talks on debt restructuring this month with a committee to be set up by its creditors. Astra wants to reschedule payments on $726 million of debt that matures in 2006. Some $133 million is slated to come due in December, but the auto maker’s president, Budi Setiadharma, says in reports that the company does not expect to be able to make the full payment. "We still don't know what the situation is for ...

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