Media: Carriers want to close EU antitrust case

According to Reuters, several carriers, including Maersk Line, are currently negotiating with the EU Commission in an effort to close an antitrust case and avoid fines.

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Maersk Line and several of the carrier's competitors have entered negotiations with the EU Commission in an effort to close an antitrust case and avoid fines, three people familiar with the proceedings tell Reuters.

Container carriers MSC, CMA CGM, Evergreen, and Hyundai, along with several Japanese carriers, are also participating in the negotiations.

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