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HMM targets more terminals in Asia


South Korea's biggest shipping group after the collapse of Hanjin Shipping, Hyundai Merchant Marine, is looking to acquire terminals in several Asian growth nations, says the carrier's CEO.

Published 12.01.17 at 10:17

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