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The collapse of Thomas Cook has plunged governments and businesses across Europe into crisis-planning mode. In Greece alone, authorities have mobilized a massive operation to repatriate some 50,000 tourists stranded there. But businesses have begun to count the cost of the Thomas Cook collapse and they fear the impact on Greece's money-making industry will be disastrous. Anthee Carassava reports