Japan Airlines (JAL) said Thursday its fiscal-year net profit sagged by 10.3 percent as a weak yen offset the positive impact of falling oil prices on fuel costs.
The company said net profit came in at 149.0 billion yen ($1.3 billion), down on last year but better than its earlier estimate for the fiscal year to March.
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