Malaysia Airlines said it "proved its resilience" with a MYR38.6 million ($10.3 million) third-quarter profit that, while representing an 89.4% plunge from the MYR364.6 million profit reported in the year-ago period, was the ninth straight quarter in the black for the restructured airline. "We made money, and this is almost impossible in such adverse times," MD and CEO Idris Jala said. "Compared to 2005 when we lost MYR1.3 billion, we have a strong balance sheet, MYR4.8 billion in cash and a ...

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