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Germany considers 400 million euro loan for Thomas Cook's Condor: sources

Reuters Tuesday, 24 September 2019
The German government and state of Hesse want to jointly support Condor, the German airline owned by insolvent British travel operator Thomas Cook, with a bridging loan of almost 400 million euros ($439.92 million), government sources told Reuters on Tuesday.
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Thomas Cook&apos;s German tour operator is aiming for survival, while its German airline is getting state help to stay in the air - moves that are certain to raise questions back in the UK. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

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