(Adds Nissan comments, background) TOKYO, Sept 20 (Reuters) - Troubled Japanese truck maker Nissan Diesel Motor plans to request 106 billion yen ($930 million) in financial aid from Nissan Motor and other lenders, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun daily said on Saturday. Nissan Diesel, owned 22.5 percent by Nissan Motor, is saddled with interest-bearing debt of 390 billion yen -- roughly equalling last year's revenue -- left over from the bubble years, after which domestic truck demand plummeted ...
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