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CMA CGM buys Mercosul from Maersk Line

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Maersk Line has found a buyer for its Brazilian subsidiary Mercosul. The sale paves the way for Maersk Line's acquisition of the major German liner Hamburg Süd.


BY LEONORA BECK
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