Thomas Cook went bankrupt in Belgium


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Following the bankruptcy of the British tour operator Thomas Cook, one of the world's largest travel companies, his subsidiary in Belgium went bankrupt.

Thomas Cook Belgium, in a written statement, despite the intensive negotiations with the various parties could not be reached an agreement on the necessary short-term financing and the company officially declared bankruptcy.

Thomas Cook Belgium's 91 agencies and 501 employees are shared with the information, stressing that the management will work hard to prevent the victimization of these people.

British Civil Aviation Authority, the world's biggest travel company announced that the British tour operator Thomas Cook's recovery calls for an end to the then commercial activities of the failure, development, followed by Turkey had launched the operation to be brought back 150 more than a thousand British citizens from many countries, among them.

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