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The EU complains about South Korea's support for DSME

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Along with Japan, the EU has filed a complaint to the OECD regarding the South Korean government's aid package for the world's largest shipyard and one of the country's biggest employers, DSME, which is constructing Maersk Line's newest series of vessels.


BY TOMAS KRISTIANSEN
Published 19.04.17 at 15:37

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