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Shipping will face significant capital shortage

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A new study by law firm Norton Rose Fulbright indicates an increasing shortage of capital in shipping in the years to come, while lenders are becoming more aggressive in their efforts to recover funds.


BY OLE ANDERSEN
Published 28.06.17 at 13:20

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