Japan Airlines Can Deal With Risks, President Says

July 18 (Bloomberg) -- Yoshiharu Ueki, president of Japan Airlines Co., talks about the carrier's business outlook amid global economic uncertainty, and the impact of a strong yen on the company. JAL, which exited bankruptcy last year, will raise at least 500 billion yen ($6.3 billion) in an initial public offering as early as in September, two people familiar with the matter said in January. Ueki declined to comment on the share sale. He spoke with Bloomberg's Susan Li in Hong Kong yesterday. (Source: Bloomberg)

South Korea's Central Bank Keeps Rate Unchanged
27:39 - South Korea’s central bank kept its policy interest rate unchanged for an eighth month as improvements in exports and inflation offset concerns over a political scandal that’s hurt domestic confidence. Bloomberg's Kathleen Hays reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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