Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Still Wrong

Kyōdō News just cannot help itself.
Emirates Airline may buy Mitsubishi Heavy small passenger jet
Kyodo News

TOKYO, March 25 - Emirates Airline may purchase Japan's first-ever passenger jet, to be produced by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., a source familiar with the matter said Tuesday.

The Dubai-based carrier, one of the world's fastest growing airlines, is in talks with the Japanese company about purchasing the Mitsubishi Regional Jet, which will seat 70 to 90 passengers, the source said, without elaborating.


Emirates denies plans to buy Japan's first passenger jet

DUBAI — Dubai-based airline Emirates on Tuesday denied reports it is planning to buy a new regional passenger jet under development in Japan -- the first such aircraft to be built in the country...
Entertaining the suspicion that someone might be trying to profit from the spread of such pie-in-the-sky rumors is, of course, preposterous.
Mitsubishi Heavy Shares Rise on Report of Jet Order

March 24 -- Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., developer of Japan's first passenger jet, rose to the highest in more than two weeks in Tokyo trading on a report the company may sign its first overseas order with Vietnam Airlines Corp.

The shares gained 2.8 percent to close at 449 yen on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the highest since March 6.
Kyōdō News - when you absolutely, positively have to disseminate partial truths, untruths and outright fibs.


Anonymous said...

well spotted. excellent stuff! now all we need is a mole in kyodo willing to tell us which tripe they are going to publish next, and we'll all be rich!

Jan Moren said...

Anonymous, how about simply checking what stock purchases kyodo editors or owners have done lately?