Frontline books USD 200 million profit in the second quarter

Frontline's result for the second quarter of the year comes to yet another significant profit. The first half of 2020 is the best in a decade, says CEO Robert Hvide Macleod.

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Norwegian tanker shipping company Frontline just had its best half-year in more than 10 years, says CEO Robert Hvide Macleod in connection with publication of the company's second quarter financial report.

Here, the company presents a profit of nearly USD 200 million, shows the report published Thursday morning.

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