LSE:CCL (Carnival)

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Carnival is a cruise operator with a portfolio of cruise brands in North America, Europe and Australia. In 2003 the company combined with P&O Princess Cruises to form one of the largest leisure travel companies in the world. The group now encompasses brands such as Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America Line and Princess Cruises.

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