JAL 9-month profit down slightly; confident despite 787 grounding

Japan Airlines 787. Courtesy, Boeing Japan Airlines (JAL) reported a net profit of ¥140.6 billion ($1.52 billion) for the first nine months of its fiscal year (April-December 2012), down 3.7% from net income of ¥146 billion in the prior-year period. But JAL raised its forecast for its full fiscal...

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