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This is the Maersk Group plan of attack

On Wednesday the Maersk Group's executive management team presented its strategy for the group's core business units in the coming years for analysts and investors gathered at the annual A.P. Moeller-Maersk Capital Markets Day in Copenhagen. Get an overview here.

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Maersk's senior executive team is today, Wednesday, presenting the group's core businesses to investors and analysts gathered at the Capital Markets Day in Copenhagen. Expectations for decisive new statements were muted in advance, and virtually all attention was focused on Maersk's executive management's expectations for the biggest and most important unit in the group, Maersk Line.

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