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Maritime & Merchant in talks to enter new markets

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Six months after the launch of Maritime & Merchant, the Norwegian shipping bank is now in talks with carriers and investors beyond its home market, CEO Halvor Sveen tells ShippingWatch. Small and medium-sized carriers in particular are showing interest.


BY SØREN PICO
Published 12.06.17 at 13:00

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