Maersk working against the clock to secure license in Tunisia

Maersk is yet to extend the crucial license that allows a foreign company to operate in Tunisia – and this needs to happen within the next few weeks. "We're working on it," says Maersk in a comment to ShippingWatch.

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Maersk finds itself under pressure in Tunisia to procure the permit necessary for foreign-based companies to operate in the country, according to several media which write that the Danish company must get its papers in order before the end of July.

Maersk confirms to ShippingWatch that the company is working to ensure that it complies with the commitments required by Tunisian law.

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