NAFTA Talks: New, Difficult - Ryanair files complaint over Air Berlin credit - Senior Management Quota
Airlines are going out of business but the current consolidation in European aviation is "long overdue" say experts. More change is coming, but, overall, things look good for consumers as competition stays fierce.
Germany's Lufthansa Group looks set to expand, even as some rival airlines cut back or fall into bankruptcy. It has set its sights on becoming a leading global player. But air travel markets remain fiercely competitive.
As bankrupt Air Berlin stares at an uncertain future facing the prospect of being broken up, low-cost airline Ryanair says it doesn't have any intention of making an offer to buy the beleaguered carrier.
The US government has launched the countdown to renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), with President Donald Trump aiming to rectify what he called a bad deal for American workers.
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