Maersk Line: P3 has no plans to sail faster

Prior to the historical summit between the competition authorities from the EU, China, and the United States in Washington, DC, on Tuesday, Maersk Line denies that P3 has any plans of sailing faster so as to put pressure on the competition.

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The primary concern of shippers world wide in terms of the P3 alliance concerns its size, and this is a matter that will be discussed by the competition authorities from the United States, Japan, and the EU at the unique meeting that will take place on Tuesday, December 17th in Washington, DC.

It is unlikely that there has ever been a meeting before between the competition authorities from the three superpowers at this level, and this alone makes the summit historical.

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