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IATA urges G20 to support airline industry

Reuters Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
The International Air Transport Association on Thursday urged the group of the 20 major economies to act quickly to prevent irrecoverable damage to the airline industry that has been shaken by the coronavirus crisis.
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