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French government requires Air France to reduce domestic air traffic to get state loans
24th May
  • French government requires Air France to reduce domestic air traffic to get state loans.
  • Air France to minimise domestic CO2 emissions by 50% in exchange for state loans.
  • Renault must quit focusing on production capacity abroad for state loan guarantees.

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