Maersk sends senior execs to economic summit in Russia

Led by CEO Kim Fejfer of APM Terminals, a Maersk Group delegation will participate in an economic summit in St. Petersburg that begins today, Thursday. On Wednesday the EU extended the economic sanctions against Russia.

While the political climate is freezing cold between Russia on one side and the EU countries and the US on the other, several Danish companies are sending senior executives to participate in an economic forum in St. Petersburg, set to begin today, Thursday.

The Maersk Group has considerable economic interests at stake in Russia, and the conglomerate is sending a delegation headed by Kim Fejfer - CEO of the group's port business, APM Terminals - to the so-called Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum.

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