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Forwarder supports China veto on shipping alliance
2014-07-02 01:31:00

HAMBURG, July 2 (GCTL) - Beijing's veto of a three-way alliance between the world's biggest shipping lines is good for the logistics industry as it preserves competition among container carriers, according to Klaus-Michael Kuehne, the German billionaire who owns the world's largest sea-freight forwarder.

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