Should Maersk's port business stand on its own?

The Maersk conglomerate's ports and terminals in APM Terminals are up the air as part of the strategic review of the company. However, the company could easily stand on its own legs, note several analysts. A separation of the unit would also bring clarity to the relationship with Maersk Line.

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The Maersk Group has a clear presence in the seven seas with the world's largest container carrier Maersk Line. But the Maersk family also covers the significant, albeit smaller, company APM Terminals.

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