CMA CGM lands huge deal with China

On Wednesday, the Chinese Prime Minster, Li Keqiang, will visit the French container carrier, where two major deals will be signed.

Container carrier CMA CGM will today, Wednesday, sign two important deals with China, says the world's third largest carrier in a statement.

During an official visit to France currently taking place, the Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang, along with French Minister of Foreign Affairs Laurent Fabius, will pay a visit to the CMA CGM headquarters in Marseilles. Here, the parties will sign two major financing deals.

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