The government and major creditor banks of Japan Airlines Corp. are examining an option to accelerate its rehabilitation by separating the ailing carrier’s profitable operations from the ones that lose money, sources said Tuesday.
They are also studying the possibility of using a special public fund to help strengthen JAL’s financial standing, the sources said.
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