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OECD: Port of Gothenburg in need of investments


Massive investments and not least dredging is needed in the Port of Gothenburg if the Swedish port is to maintain its status as Scandinavia's top container hub, notes a new OECD report. More direct container routes represent a crucial asset for the port.

Published 11.01.17 at 11:39

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