Evergreen publishes negative result

Taiwanese container carrier Evergreen Marine finished 2013 with red numbers on the bottom line. Declining rates pulled the carrier down, says Lloyd's List.

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Evergreen Marine had a disappointing 2013. With a deficit of 1.5 billion $T (USD 49 million) compared to a 312.5 million $T profit in 2012, the carrier was pulled deep into the red.

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