Maersk Line has had severe difficulties renewing its license in Tunisia, and the explanation for that can apparently be found by looking back a few years. Consequently, the shipping group has on Thursday been forced to form a new joint venture to secure its presence going forward.
The problems relate to an agreement the shipping group came up with in 2011, at a point when the Arab Spring disturbed the balance of power in the North African country.
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