Eurotunnel: We want to see the final decision

Even though developments so far seem to indicate a victory for DFDS on the English Channel, Eurotunnel is not ready to give up yet, though the company describes the provisional decision as extremely disappointing in a comment to ShippingWatch.

The Battle on the English Channel is not over yet, says Eurotunnel, which operates three ferries on the Channel through its subsidiary MyFerryLink.

But the announcement from the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) on Tuesday, in which the CMA confirms its provisional decision to ban the company from operating ferries, is extremely disappointing, John Keefe, Press Officer at Eurotunnel, tells ShippingWatch.

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