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APM Terminals lays off 160 employees in Gothenburg

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The conflict in the Port of Gothenburg between APM Terminals and dockworkers has now prompted the terminal operator eliminate 160 jobs in the container port, reports Swedish news Göteborgs-Posten.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 20.06.17 at 10:00

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