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Danish Ship Finance sees profits decline

Danish Ship Finance made USD 20 million in profits in the first half of the year 2013, but the result is acceptable in light of the difficult times in parts of the shipping industry, says the bank in a brief to the stock exchange.

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Danish Ship Finance made USD 20 million in the first half of 2013, compared to profits of USD 36.2 million in the same period 2012.

"The result is considered acceptable in light of the difficult times in parts of the shipping industry and the low interest rate," writes the shipping bank in a brief to the stock exchange.

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