As Robert Uggla buys larger and larger chunks of Maersk-owned companies, the capital of his personal company, Agata, also skyrockets.
According to Agata's latest financial report, the company ended last year with a profit of more than USD 6 million, more than a doubling of the 2019 result and an increase of USD 5.8 million since Uggla founded the company in 2016.
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