(Adds details, president comments from news conference) By Takaya Yamaguchi and Chang-Ran Kim TOKYO, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Debt-laden Japanese truck maker Isuzu Motors Ltd said on Friday it had won final agreement from its banks and partner General Motors Corp for an aid package including about $800 million in debt-equity swaps. But the company also slashed earnings forecasts, saying it now expected to fall deep into the red for the fourth straight year due to restructuring losses and ...
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