Japan Display in talks for $704 million bailout from INCJ: WSJ

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(Reuters) – Japan Display Inc is in advanced talks to receive a bailout amount of about 75 billion yen ($704.49 million) from Innovation Network Corp of Japan (INCJ), a government-backed fund and the display maker’s largest shareholder, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.