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ANA lost $153 million in the 1st quarter

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[Tokyo, July 31, 2003] All Nippon Airways announced today that by the end of June, ANA had lost $153 million as a result of SARS and the war in Iraq. A spokesperson for ANA stated that a revival in the industry was expected in July and August when tourism season begins. The income in July has already excceeded 5% compared with the same period last year.

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