Japan Airlines likely won't reach an accord with a potential foreign investor until after it and the Japanese government settle on a firm restructuring plan for the carrier, according to multiple media reports. JAL confirmed last month that it was in talks with both American Airlines and Delta Air Lines regarding one of those carriers potentially taking a stake and said it planned to reach agreement on a tie-up by mid-October. But the country's new Democratic Party of Japan-led government, ...

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