Japan Airlines is expected to report a heavy loss Friday for its fiscal first half ended Sept. 30, increasing pressure on the carrier and the Japanese government to develop a restructuring plan to help assure investors and customers that the troubled company won't collapse. "We will not create a situation in which airplanes do not fly," Transport Minister Seiji Maehara insisted to reporters, adding that short-term government financing and other rescue measures could be unveiled this week in ...

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