Confidential report deems Maersk's port contract in Ghana harmful

Maersk and French Bolloré are involved in a port contract that is harmful to the country, concludes a confidential report from Ghana's Ministry of Transport, according to media Finans. Maersk believes the contract creates great value for the country.

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A.P. Moeller-Maersk's port business and French transportation company Bolloré Group are involved in a port contract in Tema, Ghana, which, according to a confidential report from the country's Ministry of Transport, has a detrimental effect on the country, writes business media Finans.

Further, the contract does not reflect honest business ethics, according to the media.

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