French and Dutch politicians have agreed to strengthen their cooperation on the future strategy of Air France-KLM, with the aim of announcing a series of joint recommendations before the end of June. The announcement from the two countries’ finance ministers follows the surprise decision by the Dutch government to take a stake in the Air France-KLM Group in order to “exercise direct influence over future developments” at the airline group. The Dutch Ministry of Finance ...

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