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The government is considering extending credit guarantees worth up to ¥700 billion on loans and investments from financial institutions to struggling Japan Airlines Corp. to shield the carrier from a possible cash shortage, sources said Saturday.

The government is planning to include the measure in the extra budget for fiscal 2009, they said.

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