Slight loss in 2014 for the world's largest port company

Singapore's port company and terminal operator, PSA, which is the largest in the world, suffered a slight deficit in earnings in 2014, although revenues went up.

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Singapore's port company and the world's largest terminal operator, PSA International, has released the annual report for 2014, which shows growth in revenue, but a small loss on the bottom line.

Revenue grew in 2014 to USD 2.74 billion, a growth of 2.9 percent from USD 2.67 billion in 2013. Profits fell to USD 1.011 billion, a drop of 1.7 percent from USD 1.028 billion in 2013.

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