Indonesia's Texmaco Group, a textile and engineering conglomerate, should complete its debt restructuring by June 30, a company executive said Tuesday. Texmaco, which owes around $4.4bn to government and private lenders, is among the country's largest corporate borrowers. "We expect that the whole debt restructuring of our group will be finalised by June 30," said Gopala, general finance manager of PT Texmaco Jaya (P.TPY), a textile unit.