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CMA CGM, after red first quarter: Better results later in the year

The world's third-largest container carrier was also struck by higher bunker prices in the first quarter.

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The rapid increase of bunker prices has generated huge costs for container carriers in the first three months of 2018, including CMA CGM.

The container carrier's revenue and volumes grew, but earnings could not keep up in the first quarter.

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