Seaborne trade is now higher than before Covid-19 lockdowns

Global seaborne trade is back in full force and higher than before the Covid-19 lockdowns, writes Danish Shipping.

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Seaborne trade has now climbed to a level higher than before the Covid-19 pandemic.

Trade in goods freighted on board ships is thus expected to grow by 4.2 percent in 2021, writes Danish Shipping based on the organization's analysis of the seaborne world trade.

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