Japan Airlines said it plans to cut 14% of its workforce, or nearly 7,000 jobs, over the next three years, part of an ongoing restructuring that it indicated will include a tie-up with a foreign investor it hopes to identify next month. Speaking to reporters in Tokyo yesterday, President Haruka Nishimatsu revealed the job reduction plan and said that "the deadline is mid-October" for reaching an accord with a potential investor. He confirmed that the carrier is in talks with both American ...

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