Europe's travel industry: Wishing they weren't there - The Economist

Europe's travel industry: Wishing they weren't there

Europe's travel industry: Wishing they weren't there - The Economist
Europe's travel industry: Wishing they weren't there
Published Aug 07, 2004
725 words — Published Aug 07, 2004
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Europe's big travel firms are struggling SUMMER is proving a horrible season for Europe's three biggest travel firms. The share price of Germany's TUI, the market leader, is on a rollercoaster ride because of its big debts and pension...

  
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