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Thomas Cook Group: Defunct British global travel group
Thomas Cook Group plc was a British global travel group. It was formed on 19 June 2007 by the merger of Thomas Cook AG and MyTravel Group. The group operated in two separate segments: a tour operator and an airline. It also operated travel agencies in Europe. On 23 September 2019 Thomas Cook Group and all UK entities went into compulsory liquidation.

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UK to fly back another 5,000 people on Thursday after Thomas Cook collapse

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Portugal sets aside 150 million euros to offer credit to firms hit by Thomas Cook collapse

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About 45 Tunisian hotels affected by the collapse of Thomas Cook

About 45 hotels have been affected in Tunisia after the collapse of Thomas Cook, and the government will help the hotels with soft loans, Tunisia's tourism minister said on Tuesday.
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Thomas Cook France says seeking creditor protection

The French arm of collapsed British travel firm Thomas Cook said on Tuesday it was asking the French commercial court of Nanterre for creditor protection.
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson and unions questioned the part played by Thomas Cook's richly rewarded bosses in the company's demise on Tuesday, and asked why the state had to foot the bill for bringing..
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Thomas Cook collapse affects 53,000 British nationals in Spain: tourism minister

The collapse of British travel firm Thomas Cook has affected 53,000 Britons in Spain, Spanish Acting Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto told reporters on Tuesday.
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Factbox: Countries scramble after Thomas Cook collapse strands travelers

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Windfall for investors that bet on Thomas Cook collapse

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Investors that bet on Thomas Cook collapse will get paid out: panel

A panel of bankers has ruled that some investors in Thomas Cook's credit derivatives worth as much as $2.7 billion are eligible for a payout following the world's oldest tour operator's collapse on..
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After Thomas Cook collapse, UK PM asks why bosses got paid millions

After the collapse of Thomas Cook left hundreds of thousands of passengers reliant on the British state to repatriate them, Prime Minister Boris Johnson questioned whether bosses should have paid..
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