TUI Group


Cruise business to be crippled by rising Coronavirus fears

25/02/20 -"We believe the adverse impact from the Coronavirus outbreak in Italy on TUI Group's FY20e revenue shouldn’t be ignored, as Italy is one of the "top destinations", but even worse is that this is ..."

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25/02/20
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