Finance Ministry meeting at 21.00 to discuss Thomas Cook bankruptcy

Finance Ministry meeting at 21.00 to discuss Thomas Cook bankruptcy

The Finance Ministry is holding a meeting at 21.00 on Monday evening to coordinate ministries on the Thomas Cook travel agency bankruptcy issue, which left businesses unpaid and travellers stranded.
The ministers of Finance, Labor, Tourism and deputy ministers, as well as the head of the Independent Authority of Public Revenue will participate in the FinMin meeting, and issues discussed will include both the business and the passenger aspects.
(According to the Guardian, some 600,000 passengers are affected, with 150,000 UK citizens stranded abroad, creating "Britain’s biggest repatriation effort since the second world war.")

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