European travel groups prepare for Greek euro exit
The Associated PressBERLIN (AP) — European travel companies are planning for a possible Greek exit from the eurozone, as the country's political leaders gave up trying to forge a government Tuesday and announced fresh elections for June.
British travel firm Thomas Cook Group said Tuesday that while Greece remains a "great value" for holidaymakers, the company is working closely with hotels and other suppliers to position itself for a possible euro exit.
"We believe there are positives and negatives for the travel industry in the event that Greece were to leave the Euro," it said.
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