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Hertz car hire firm files for bankruptcy due to impact of coronavirus pandemic

Tamworth Herald Saturday, 23 May 2020
Hertz car hire firm files for bankruptcy due to impact of coronavirus pandemicThe car rental company - which has a branch at Birmingham Airport -was forced to cut 12,000 people from its global workforce and put another 4,000 on furlough but the measures came too late.
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News video: Hertz Files For Bankruptcy Protection Due To Drop In Travel

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Hertz Car Rental is filing for bankruptcy protection.

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