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DNV GL's operating result more than halved

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DNV GL's operating result declined by 56.9 percent last year, relative to 2015. Meanwhile, the company has been reduced by 2,550 employees since its 2013 merger.


BY SØREN PICO
Published 14.02.17 at 14:45

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