Japan Airlines' main lenders reportedly are not willing to provide the bankrupt carrier with further relief unless they see evidence that it is making strides in slashing costs, in particular by cutting back on international services. To ensure the carrier stays afloat through the bankruptcy process, it has access to ¥900 billion ($9.9 billion) from the Enterprise Turnaround Initiative Corp. of Japan and the Development Bank of Japan, both of which are government-backed institutions. ETIC, ...

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