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Samsung Heavy Industries reduces its deficit

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One of the three major, crisis-stricken South Korean shipbuilders, Samsung Heavy Industries, reports a bottom line deficit, though the loss was significantly reduced compared to 2015.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 26.01.17 at 08:54

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