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Scorpio Tankers hit with full-year deficit for 2016

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Deteriorating rates in the latter half of 2016 sent Scorpio Tankers into the red in the fourth quarter and the full year.


BY DANIEL LOGAN BERG-MUNCH
Published 13.02.17 at 14:28

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