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Controversial Greek shipowner sued in series of accusations


George Economou, founder of dry bulk carrier Dryships, has been sued for breach of fiduciary duty and unjust enrichment after several lawyers have investigated the shipowner and the carrier.

Published 05.07.17 at 12:40

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