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Tour operator Thomas Cook will restart holidays in Tunisia now that Britain has softened its travel advice to the country, the firm's boss said Thursday. Shares rose after the company reiterated its full-year outlook, and said that demand for summer bookings was strong.Thomas Cook Chief Executive Peter Fankhauser said that the British decision was unexpected and a positive one for Tunisia and the tourism industry.Profit is expected to grow 6 percent to 326 million pounds for the financial year ended Sept. 30, 2017 .The travel firm said that group revenue was up 14 percent, and that winter 2017/2018 was 30 percent sold, with bookings ahead in all markets.
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