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A German, a Swede, and A Brit Walk Into a Hotel …

• Thomas Cook ends segregation by nationality on package tours

• “Most people are now willing to mix if the mix is right”

For decades, Thomas Cook Group Plc had a policy of assigning each European nationality its own hotels at popular destinations such as Spain’s Canary Islands and the beaches of Greece. On March 28, Britain’s biggest tour operator

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