Air France-KLM


Balance-sheet strengthening is the first priority

20/02/21 -"AF-KLM’s FY20 results were slightly stronger than the market’s expectations. The group foresees a sombre Q1 and has delayed its mid-term financial objectives as expected. The quasi-equity and equity ..."

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20/02/21
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