Japan Airlines Corp. has decided to pare its workforce by 13,000 by the end of March 2015 — or 4,000 more than planned — sources with knowledge of the new plan said Saturday.
The move would cut the payroll at Japan’s largest airline and its group subsidiaries to around 35,000 and cut the subsidiaries to around 50 from roughly 120, the sources said.
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