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Maersk family rumored to be near acquisition of Maersk Drilling

The Maersk family's investment company, A.P. Moller Holding, is rumored to be collaborating with an unknown party for an approaching takeover of Maersk Drilling, reports Danish media Berlingske. Maersk Group declines to comment on the rumors.

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The Maersk family's investment company, A.P. Moller Holding, and an unknown partner are close to taking over the drilling rig company Maersk Drilling from Maersk Group in a deal which would be worth DKK 27 billion (USD 4.4 billion), sources tell Danish media Berlingske.

"Maersk Drilling will be removed from the listed company and booked within the holding company," an unnamed source tells Berlingske.

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