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Cyber attack could cost the Maersk Group over USD 50 million

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The hacker attack last week might cost the Maersk Group more than USD 50 million in lost freight and bookings, says Alphaliner.


BY DANIEL LOGAN BERG-MUNCH
Published 05.07.17 at 15:19

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