Japan Airlines President Haruka Nishimatsu suggested that the carrier may resist efforts by the Enterprise Turnaround Initiative Corp. of Japan to push it into a court-monitored bankruptcy restructuring process rather than a more straightforward government bailout, expressing concern that the "image of bankruptcy" could sour the public on the company and lead to adverse consequences. Speaking to Asahi Shimbun, Nishimatsu noted that ETIC, which is being directed by the Japanese government to ...

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