Malaysia Airlines reported a MYR245.7 million ($67 million) profit in 2008, a 69.7% decrease from the MYR852.7 million earned in 2007 but a result that MD Idris Jala called "solid" and evidence "that if we set our minds to do the impossible, we can do it." Jala credited "dynamic pricing, optimizing the network, managing cost and innovation" for MAS's second straight full-year profit and a fourth quarter that marked its 10th consecutive three-month period in the black. Its MYR46.6 million ...

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