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Shipping crisis weighs down Commerzbank again

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Even though Commerzbank has been working for years to reduce its shipping portfolio, the sector hit the bank hard again in 2016, resulting in considerable loss provisions, shows the bank's annual report.


BY TOMAS KRISTIANSEN
Published 10.02.17 at 08:52

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