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Hyundai Merchant buys two of Hanjin's Asian terminals

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Hyundai Merchant Marine has purchased two terminals from collapsed Hanjin and has now fully or partially taken over four of Hanjin's terminals.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 16.02.17 at 15:39

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