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Japanese carriers could have strong case to appeal South African rejection

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According to Alphaliner, there does not seem to be much factual evidence to support the claims that the container merger between Japan's three biggest carriers will disrupt competition in South Africa.


BY OLE ANDERSEN
Published 28.06.17 at 14:46

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