• The Associated Press


Japan Airlines Corp. careened deep into the red last business year and forecast another annual loss even as it slashes costs this year by half a billion dollars.

Asia’s biggest carrier by sales said Tuesday it posted a group net loss of ¥63.2 billion for the 12 months through March, in stark contrast with last year’s ¥16.9 billion profit.

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