When the largest vessel ever from a Chinese shipyard docks in Hamburg today, Thursday, it is but the latest example of the troubled times for major container companies, according to Danmarks Skibskredit’s new biannual analysis.
BY OLE ANDERSEN Published 11.04.13 at 11:43
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