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Both the Dutch government and KLM appear to have come under fire for protectionism at a recent air cargo debate in the Netherlands. Pointing out that Air France owns most of the shares in KLM, a Damco manager said it was hard to understand why the Dutch government was so protective over KLM. The country’s expertise in transit traffic also meant that air services should be liberalised, and decisions at Schiphol should not be influenced by its home carrier – which is famously cutting back its freighter fleet. CargoForwarder reports.
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