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Bunker revenue downhill at World Fuel Services

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The world's largest bunker company experienced setbacks in the marine fuel sales during the second quarter as well as for the first six months of the year. However, the group's other two core businesses, aviation and onshore business, had big gains, shows the financial report.


BY OLE ANDERSEN
Published 28.07.16 at 15:05

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