Newspaper: Greek crisis does not intimidate Maersk

Even though Maersk Line may risk losing money on the long term, the Greek crisis will not make Maersk leave the country, Maersk guarantees in an interview with the Danish newspaper, Børsen.

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It might result in a loss but Maersk Line has no intentions of leaving the crisis-ridden Greece, the company's Managing Director in Greece, Bulgaria and Cyprus, Anne Odgaard Grønbjerg, guarantees in an interview with the Danish newspaper, Børsen.

“In the long run, staying in Greece is the right choice even though we will lose money”, Anne Odgaard Grønbjerg says.

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