Hutchison Port Holdings reports growth in first half after pandemic impact

Activities were back up again in the first six months of the year for port company Hutchison Port Holdings, which was hit hard by lockdowns due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Hutchison Port Holdings saw a rise in activity at its Asian port terminals in the first six months of the year, as several economies around the world are kicking back into gear. Especially, freight demand in the US and Europe has contributed to the financial results.

The listed company with the full name Hutchison Port Holdings Trust has activities in Hong Kong and China and is a subsidiary of Hutchison Ports, which is the largest port company in the world.

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