Japan's finance minister is planning to meet with the country's transport minister today to discuss a potential government bailout of Japan Airlines, which saw its weakened financial status deteriorate further over the weekend when its largest creditors balked at providing ¥300 billion ($3.3 billion) in debt relief and equity swaps. JAL and a government task force overseeing its restructuring proposed the relief plan but were rebuffed by the banks and asked to present a different plan, ...

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