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Havila Shipping expects restructuring plan ready in February

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Struggling Havila Shipping plans to have a rescue plan settled in February, contingent on all reservations being lifted, informs the offshore carrier Wednesday. The restructuring will include a reduction of share capital.


BY OLE ANDERSEN
Published 04.01.17 at 14:12

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