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BW Offshore partners with Chinese finance major

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Oslo-listed BW Offshore and Chinese leasing company ICBC Financial Leasing are launching their new partnership in the British part of the North Sea.


BY OLE ANDERSEN
Published 07.04.17 at 14:27

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