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The Nation Newspaper | Holder: Airline not getting full support

The Nation Newspaper Holder: Airline not getting full support: "CHAIRMAN OF LIAT Jean Holder has blasted some regional countries that refuse to pump money into the regional carrier but support other carriers instead.
Speaking during the International Air Transport Association Caribbean Aviation Day at Hilton Barbados yesterday, he said in recent times, most of the Caribbean countries that LIAT serviced were unwilling to take risks in investing in its operations."

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