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Hutchinson worried about world trade

Port major Hutchinson Ports does not see an easy solution to the trade war between the US and China. Meanwhile, coronavirus has created major obstacles for the Chinese economy, says the company.

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The world's biggest port company, Hutchinson Ports, opts for a cautious approach to 2020, in which the US-China trade war and coronavirus outbreak is challenging world trade.

In its 2019 annual report, Hutchinson Port Holdings Trust, which owns terminals around the world, points out that a number of extraordinary circumstances currently challenge the business.

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