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At least five bids have been placed on HSH Nordbank

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The first round of bidding in the sale of major German shipping bank HSH Nordbank has amounted to five bids on the bank, from parties including a Chinese and a US investor, report several media.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 03.04.17 at 10:07

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