Spanish government says will spend 300 million euros to combat impact of Thomas Cook collapse

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MADRID (Reuters) – The Spanish government will spend 300 million euros ($328 million) on a plan to combat the economic fallout of the collapse of British travel group Thomas Cook , acting Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto said on Thursday.

The plan will be made up of 13 separate measures and include a credit line for the affected companies, Maroto told reporters.

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