The Implications of the 2019 Thomas Cook Collapse on consumer protection from travel business insolvency in Australia and New Zealand

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CAUTHE Conference, 2020
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2020-02-13
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This was a working paper for the 2020 CAUTHE Conference held in Auckland Feb 10-13, 2020. It discussed the impact of the Thomas Cook collapse in September 2019 and the f act that 600,000 Bristish and European travellers were covered by the schemes in the UK and Europe. By contrast, Australian and New Zealand tracel cosuers were only parbtially covered by insolvency prptection prpgrams run the the Australian Federation of Travel Agents and the the Travel Agents Association of New Zealand.
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