Japan Airlines in first results since relisting

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Two years ago Japan Airlines (JAL) was declared insolvent in one of the country's biggest corporate collapses.

Since then, it has carried out huge restructuring, cutting more than a third of its workforce, cancelling unprofitable routes and replacing older planes.

Two months ago it relisted its shares on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

From Tokyo, Rupert Wingfield-Hayes has more.

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