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Asian shippers join the chorus of P3 opponents

The Asian Shippers Council is concerned about the heavy concentration of the P3 alliance, and they "fear the worst" if the alliance is approved.

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The Asian shippers in the Asian Shippers Council (ASC), like the US authorities in the Federal Maritime Commission, are concerned about the consequences of the planned alliance between Maersk Line, MSC, and CMA CGM.

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