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Carnival Corporation to 'fully co-operate' with congressional inquiry

Carnival Corporation has said it will fully co-operate with the US House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure after it opened an inquiry into the company's handling of the coronavirus crisis. Bloomberg reported on Friday that letters had been se
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