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Maersk chairman denies North Sea renegotiations

A.P. Moeller – Maersk chairman, Michael Pram Rasmussen, denies rumors of renegotiating with the Danish government on the North Sea Agreement. 

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On Thursday, A.P. Moeller – Maersk chairman, Michael Pram Rasmussen, fired a broadside at the Danish government in his statement at the company’s general meeting. There are no renegotiations, and the North Sea cooperation can only be successful if both parties are able to trust each other, said the chairman.

“If you have been following the public debate, you could easily get the impression that we are in the middle of renegotiations on the North Sea Agreement, but we are not,” explains Michael Pram Rasmussen.

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