TOKYO, Dec 27 (Reuters) - Japanese trading house Tomen Corp said on Friday it has asked UFJ Holdings Inc and other banks for 170 billion yen ($1.42 billion) in financial aid. Tomen, a debt-ridden affiliate of automaker Toyota Motor Corp , also said the Toyota group will inject 10 billion yen into the trading house to help it revive. Tomen will ask UFJ Bank, a core member of UFJ Holdings, and other banks for 110 billion yen worth of debt forgiveness and ask them to purchase 60 billion yen ...
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