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Kuehne + Nagel books lower operating profit than expected

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The operating profit landed a good CHF 13 million (USD 13 million) below expectations in the first quarter for Kuehne + Nagel. In sea freight, the company saw an increase in revenue.


BY RITZAU FINANS
Published 20.04.17 at 09:47

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