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For the first time in over 30 years, Lufthansa will no longer be listed in the top division of Germany's stock exchange. Although the COVID-19 crisis hit hard, the airline already faced problems before the pandemic.
The coronavirus crisis has provided us with the opportunity to make our economies more sustainable. We should be courageous and seize this moment for the environment, says DW's Neil King.
The German economy is expected to shrink by more than 6% this year. But a new study found the country could be in for a big economic recovery next year.
Europe's biggest low budget airline has said a €9 billion government rescue package for the German flag carrier amounts to an "illegal subsidy." Ryanair's CEO said Lufthansa is "addicted to state aid."
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