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”Corruption poses a challenge to the global container industry”

The support for the shipping industry’s international anti-corruption network MACN is growing steadily. One of MACN’s new members is Hamburg Süd: “Corruption poses a challenge to the global container industry,” the company tells ShippingWatch.

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More and more shipping companies are joining the fight against corruption within the industry, as witnessed by the meetings of the shipping industry’s anti-corruption network MACN, whose membership numbers have increased. In 2013 alone, the network, which is currently holding a meeting in Copenhagen, has gained 11 new members.

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