Line Corp first-half profit jumps 39 percent, boosted by asset transfer

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s Line Corp posted a 39 percent jump in first-half profit, boosted by a transfer of assets. The messaging app operator, which has struggled to grow after a high-profile IPO in 2016, saw operating profit for the six months through …
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