Maersk Line: Now we're waiting for China and the EU

Maersk Line has issued a statement describing the US approval of the P3 alliance as a very important step in terms of securing final approval from China and the EU.

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Maersk Line describes the American approval of the P3 alliance as a very important step in the efforts to secure a total clearance from authorities in China as well as the EU Commission.

"We will now continue our close cooperation with competition and maritime authorities in order to address questions and to explain the nature and benefits of P3," says Maersk Line in a statement, adding that it expects the alliance to be operational by mid-2014:

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