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Moody's: Maersk hit hardest by coronavirus

Among the three major European container lines covered by credit rating agency Moody's, Maersk is hit the hardest by the coronavirus. But CMA CGM and Hapag-Lloyd are also impacted by the outbreak, Moody's states.

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The coronavirus outbreak has the hardest impact on the world's largest container line, Maersk, when looking at the three major European liner companies covered by Moody's, according to an update by the credit rating agency.

The update comes in the wake of the coronavirus, which in the past few days has spread to countries like Italy, South Korea and Iran.

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