Trafigura buys more shares in Frontline

Commodity trader Trafigura has bought a large portion of shares in crude oil company Frontline. The two companies are already working together to purchase fuel. The new purchase comes after a drop in share prices.

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Major commodity trader Trafigura and tanker line Frontline strengthen their collaboration further.

On Friday, Trafigura bought a large proportion of shares in Frontline, which is listed on the stock exchange in New York and Oslo.

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