Two retired Japan Airlines’ ground staff are suing the airline, seeking immediate and full payment of their retirement benefits, according to Nikkei Business Daily. The newpaper reported that the two ground staff, who retired in February, received just one-third of their benefits in March. The state-affiliated Enterprise Turnaround Initiative Corp. of Japan, which is overseeing JAL's bankruptcy restructuring, argues that retirees are not eligible to receive the same financial ...

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