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Thoresen hit by dry bulk in the second quarter

Thoresen Thai Agencies crawled back into the black in the second quarter of the year after a major deficit in the first three months of 2015. There are still losses for the group's dry bulk carrier.

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The Thai shipping group Thoresen Thai Agencies achieved a profit of USD 3.8 million compared to a deficit amounting of USD 8.15 million in the previous quarter.

However, the result is still a great decline from the same period last year where Thoresen Thai's profit came to USD 7 million, according to the group's interim report.

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