CMA RAISES CONCERNS OVER SABRE ACQUISITION OF FARELOGIX

The Competition & Markets Authority has warned Sabre's proposed takeover of Farelogix raises competition concerns in the supply of IT systems used by airlines and travel agents to sell airline tickets.

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