Much has been said, opined and written about the trade war and the consequences it might have for global trade. But many elements now indicate that several of the global transport companies responsible for sending goods around the world have not been particularly impacted by the tensions between the US and China.
This applies not least to the world's largest container shipping line Maersk, which according to Group CEO Søren Skou will not directly feel the impact of the trade war in the current quarter, which is traditionally among the liner major's busiest quarters.
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