Japan's ANA mulls 200 billion yen share offer to raise capital: Nikkei

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Like other airlines, ANA has had to slash flights as countries around the world imposed lockdowns to halt the spread of the coronavirus. So far the carrier has relied on loans from its banks and the government to help it cope with the slump in air travel.

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