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Golden Ocean expects slight improvement in bulk sector

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Norwegian bulk carrier Golden Ocean expects that the bulk market will perform slightly better than in 2016 which saw a historic downturn back in February. However the carrier does not see signs of a recovery.


BY RITZAU FINANS
Published 12.01.17 at 10:20

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