Earnings Plummet For Korean Air

Korean Air saw a dramatic reversal in its first-half results, hit by softer demand due to the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) scare and currency weakness. The airline reported a 302 billion won ($256 million) consolidated net loss for the six months through June 30, compared to a 206 billion...

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