JAPAN: Isuzu to seek over 100 billion yen from banks, cut US SUV output - report
Truck, SUV, pickup truck and diesel engine maker Isuzu Motors is to ask banks for extra help of more than 100 billion yen ($US845.8 million) to help it restructure, Reuters reported. This would be in addition to 100 billion yen in debt-equity swaps that the banks had already agreed to, Isuzu President Yoshinori Ida told a news conference, according to Reuters.
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