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Italian tanker carrier books full-year deficit for 2016

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The low product tanker rates in late 2016 pulled down d'Amico International Shipping. The Italian tanker carrier suffered a deficit of USD 12.8 million last year, and the fourth quarter was especially challenging.


BY NIKLAS KRIGSLUND
Published 03.03.17 at 08:37

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