* A fall in visitors casts doubt on resort as going concern * Says factories in Japan are working at reduced capacity * Operating loss widens on impairment charge for resort (Adds detail) BRUSSELS, March 31 (Reuters) - Belgian holding company RHJ said it was unsure about the viability of its holiday resort in Japan due to falling visitor numbers, pushing its operating loss wider. "Depressed occupancy casts doubt on it as a going concern," RHJ said of its Phoenix Seagaia Resort on ...
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