JAL will complete restructuring on Monday under court guidance. After filing for bankruptcy protection in January 2010 the airline has done all it can to get back on track. Backed by the Enterprise Turnaround Initiative Corp of Japan (ETIC) restructuring measures, including cutting the workforce by 16,000, worked and operating profit for the nine months through December stood at of 158.6 billion yen. On Monday, the company is due to receive 254.9 billion yen from 11 lenders. It will use the loans and cash in hand to pay back about 320 billion yen in existing loans, Nikkei said.  ETIC aims

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