JAKARTA — PT Astra International, Indonesia's largest automaker and one in which Toyota Motor Corp. holds a stake, reports that 95% of its foreign-bank creditors approve plans to reschedule about US$700 million in loans. The company is aiming to restructure more than US$1 billion in debt. Under the plan, the company's debts are to be divided into thirds and be repaid within three years, 6.5 years and 7.5 years. Astra is the first Indonesian company to restructure such a large debt. ...

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