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Thomas Cook Loses On Greek, Tunisian Crises

Tour operator Thomas Cook is set to post its third-quarter results this week and analysts say the company faces £20 million worth of losses after losing out on holiday bookings following the Tunisian terrorist attack and Greece's financial woes. The two crises happened during the peak summer holiday season, which didn't help Thomas Cook's revenue. Around 10% of Thomas Cook’s passengers travel to North Africa and about a third head for Tunisia.

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