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HSH Nordbank books new major provisions on shipping

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Shipping loans weighed down German bank HSH Nordbank in the first quarter of the year. CEO Stefan Ermisch is, however, satisfied with the results from core activities.


BY SØREN PICO
Published 19.06.17 at 11:30

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