AMMAN, Jordan—Royal Jordanian (RJ) is undertaking several steps to strengthen its capital, with Jordan’s government willing to subscribe half of an initial JOD100 million ($140 million) capital infusion. Also the accumulated losses of $104 million will be fully amortized, the airline’s president and CEO Amer Hadidi says. The airline’s insufficient registered capital is an old sore dating back from its partial privatization in 2007, when ...
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