Japan Airlines yesterday said it reached agreement with the Development Bank of Japan for an emergency bridge loan "necessary for continuance of our flight operations." The troubled airline said the Japanese government had approved the loan. JAL did not reveal the loan's amount but Japanese media pegged it at around ¥100 billion ($1.12 billion). The carrier is expected to enter into a turnaround program overseen by the Enterprise Turnaround Initiative Corp. of Japan, a newly created ...

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