Chinese companies will raise Korean ferry Sewol

It will be a consortium of Chinese companies, which will salvage the Korean ferry Sewol, according to the news agency AFP.

The names have now been released for which companies will raise the ferry Sewol, which sank in 2014 in South Korea and cost several hundreds of lives.

The job will be performed by a consortium of Chinese companies with the state-owned Shanghai Salvage Co. as project leader on the task, according to news agency AFP.

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