JAL quarterly profit down 32% on fuel, trade disputes
Japan Airlines (JAL) reported its net profit fell by 32.1% to ¥11.9 billion ($110 million) for the three months ended June 30, JAL’s fiscal first quarter. JAL said the results were affected by external factors such as trade disputes and fuel price volatility.The carrier cited “rising uncertainties”...
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