(Recasts, adds share price move) TOKYO, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Debt-strapped Japanese truckmaker Isuzu Motors Ltd has received final agreement from its banks on a financial aid package it requested in August, including 100 billion yen ($802 million) in debt-equity swaps, a company source said on Friday. The news sent shares of Isuzu soaring 22 percent in afternoon trade to 45 yen. That is still less than half its year-to-date high of 104 yen. The source told Reuters on condition of ...
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