Malaysia Airlines warned yesterday that "on its current business assumptions, course and speed, [it] will likely fail," exhausting its cash "in April 2006" and posting a MYR1.7 billion ($472 million) loss for the year. "A real business turnaround is an imperative for MAS. The management team and our staff believe strongly in our ability to transform the business and, indeed, to go beyond expectations," MD Idris Jala said as he revealed the company's Business Turnaround Plan aimed at ...

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