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February 2012
Fundweb;2/29/2012, p20
Trade Publication
The article discusses various developments related to the financial services industry. It has been stated that International Airlines, owner of British Airways, has reported 80% rise in operating profit in 2011. According to news from British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC), parliament of Greek has passed another 3.2 billion euro in spending cuts to secure second bailout package from the international community.


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