The Japanese government reportedly is preparing to provide ¥700 billion ($7.74 billion) in credit guarantees to Japan Airlines as part of an "extra budget" that could be finalized this week for the country's fiscal year ending March 31. Multiple press reports from Tokyo said the government wants to allay any doubts that JAL will continue to be able to operate as it goes through a restructuring expected to be overseen by the Enterprise Turnaround Initiative Corp. of Japan (ATWOnline, ...

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