A ¥12.6 billion ($140 million) loss in its third fiscal quarter ended Dec. 31, reversed from a ¥12.4 billion profit in the year-ago period, combined with "the likelihood of the situation worsening in the foreseeable future," led ANA to predict its first full-year deficit since 2002-03. The company, which forecast a ¥17 billion full-year profit as recently as Oct. 31, now expects to suffer a ¥9 billion loss in the year to March 31. It earned ¥64.1 billion in 2007-08. ...

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