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DFDS moves closer to EU decision on Swedish terminal acquisition

If the EU approves DFDS’ acquisition of a large terminal in Gothenburg, the Danish shipping company will be markedly strengthened in the region

With the next few weeks, April 2. at the latest, DFDS will finally learn whether the EU Commission will approve its acquisition, to be carried out together with C.Ro Ports, of the Älvsborg ro-ro terminal in the port of Gothenburg. Should the application be approved, the shipping- and logistics company, DFDS, will hold 65 percent of the stocks, while C.Ro Ports will own 35 percent.  

Since 2010, DFDS and its partner have been in talks with Swedish and since EU competition authorities.

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