Maersk's French partner in Africa hit by corruption charges

"We're monitoring the news situation," APM Terminals tells ShippingWatch. The company has close partnerships with Bolloré Group, currently under charges of corruption, in several African ports.

Charges of corruption in two countries have hit one of Maersk's close collaborators in several African ports.

French business tycoon Vincent Bolloré and two senior executives from his Bolloré Group were questioned by French police last week, as the police are investigating accusations that the group ensured rights to operate two West African container terminals in Guinea and Togo by consulting and supporting election of the countries' current presidents.

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