Saturday, April 18, 2015   

JAL net profit dips in 2013
(04-30 17:50)

Japan Airlines Co. logged 166.25 billion yen in net profit in 2013, down 3.2 percent from the previous year, mainly due to the higher fuel costs stemming from a weaker yen.
The consolidated operation profit declined 14.6 percent to 166. 78 billion yen for the same reason, the company said on Wednesday.
It is expecting a group profit of 1.12 billion dollars in the current fiscal year from April, down 30.8 percent from fiscal 2013, and operating profit of 1.36 billion dollars, down 16.1 percent. --Xinhua   
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