Hanjin gets emergency loan to empty stranded vessels

Hanjin Shipping has now received the money from an emergency loan totaling 60 billion won from Korean Airlines, a sister company in the Hanjoin Group. The money will be used to unload the carrier's many stranded ships sailing around all over the world.

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Hanjin Shipping has received a loan for a total 60 billion won to help the carrier carrier unload its stranded vessels in ports around the world.

As previously reported in international media, the loan comes from sister company Korean Airlines, which is also part of South Korea's Hanjin Group. The money arrived at Hanjin Shipping's bank account on Thursday, reports Korea Herald.

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