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HSH Nordbank's shipping losses increase significantly

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In the first nine months of the year HSH Nordbank has significantly increased its loan loss deferrals from shipping to a total EUR 979 million.


BY OLE ANDERSEN
Published 12.12.16 at 08:10

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