DFDS now hit by Brexit

After four years of record results, DFDS is starting to feel the consequences of the UK's decision to leave the EU. "We hope that the British remain in a moderate state of growth and do not enter a recession," CEO Niels Smedegaard tells ShippingWatch after Thursday's annual report.

Updated at 12:33 am CET with new header, subheader and comments from CEO

For the fourth year in row, DFDS presented an annual report for 2017 Thursday morning with a new record in earnings and a yield of 19 percent of the invested capital.

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