Japan Airlines Corp. may cancel a plan to sell a stake in its credit card unit as it raises cash by selling securities instead, according to sources.
JAL, Asia’s most indebted carrier, is considering selling at least ¥100 billion in securities, including preferred shares, to banks, petroleum and trading companies, the sources said, declining to be identified as the information isn’t public.
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