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J. Lauritzen CEO could face additional capital needs

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J. Lauritzen, which is set to publish its second quarter interim report on August 19th, could need another USD 100 million in new capital injections from owner Lauritzen Fonden by as early as next year, analysts project. The pressure on new CEO Mads Peter Zacho looks set to grow further.


BY OLE ANDERSEN
Published 11.08.16 at 08:56

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