DFDS CEO uncertain about outcome in French competition case

The Danish ferry operator expects that a British competition case about sharing ferry capacity on the English Channel with rivaling company P&O Ferries is coming to an end. But CEO Torben Carlsen is uncertain about the outcome of a similar competition case in France.

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Getting approval from competition authorities regarding cooperation with competitor P&O Ferries on the English Channel is dragging out for DFDS.

DFDS Chief Executive Torben Carlsen tells ShippingWatch that he expects the competition case with the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to come to an end before long.

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