MAS likely to beat 2007 profit target

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  • Tuesday, 04 Jul 2006

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines Bhd may surpass its RM50mil profit forecast next year by boosting ticket sales, cutting jobs and selling assets.  

“There’s cautious optimism,” the airline will exceed the 2007 profit target announced in February following a narrower- than-expected loss in the first quarter, the carrier’s managing director Idris Jala said in interview. 

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