Malaysia Airlines Reports 59 Percent Increase In Losses

SINGAPORE — Troubled Malaysian flag carrier Malaysia Airlines (MAS) has turned in more dismal figures in its latest financial report, signaling a Ringgit443 million ($137 million) loss for the first quarter of 2014. This is a jump of some 59% on the same period last year, when MAS’s turnaround plans...

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