Cineworld, the world’s second-largest movie chain operator, has secured financial lifelines worth $750m (£560m) to weather the coronavirus pandemic.
Cineworld said it can survive all of 2021 if cinemas reopen by May.
Boris Johnson is expected to allow cinemas to reopen in some parts of England from 3 December.
In addition, Cineworld has accelerated the closure of its US tax year which will generate a $200m tax refund early next year.
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