JAL to Procure about 300 B. Yen to Cope with Pandemic
Tokyo, Sept. 9 (Jiji Press)--Japan Airlines <9201> is considering procuring funds worth about 300 billion yen through subordinated loans and other means, informed sources said Thursday.
The airline hopes to boost its funds in hand and strengthen its financial base at a time when the prolonged coronavirus crisis is preventing travel demand from recovering.
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