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Belgian coach sector down 90%

On Oct 2, 2020
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#COVID has decimated commercial European coach services. 🇧🇪 Our #Belgian member FBAA explains the impact on their companies and where the government can help: https://t.co/DeWghVbdi9
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The European passenger transport sector has been hit particularly hard by the pandemic. IRU analysis points to turnover losses of almost 60% in 2020, with many coach tourism firms losing up to 100% of their business. 

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On Oct 2, 2020
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#COVID has decimated commercial European coach services. 🇧🇪 Our #Belgian member FBAA explains the impact on their companies and where the government can help: https://t.co/DeWghVbdi9
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Belgian coach sector down 90%

Belgian coach sector down 90%

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