Melia Hotels International


26/06/20 -"A revenue cut of 45% and an EBITDA margin of 17.7% (vs. 26.5% in FY19) has been included for FY20. Considering Melia's mediocre pre-pandemic performances, we expect a slow pace of recovery. By the ..."

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46
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English
Published on
26/06/20
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