A government task force on reconstructing Japan Airlines Corp. has requested four of the five main creditor banks of the struggling carrier to write off ¥220 billion in loans, sources said.
The recently formed task force of corporate turnaround experts has also asked the four banks to waive ¥30 billion through a debt-for-equity swap, the sources said.
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