Maersk Eyes Harbour Stakes In Indonesia and Vietnam

A.P. Moller-Maersk (APM) may be poised to buy shares of ‘strategic’ harbours in Southeast Asia, according to Reuters news agency.
Maersk director Thomas Oerting Jorgensen reportedly told the agency that the Danish giant is considering whether or not to buy shares of harbours in Indonesia and Vietnam adding however that Maersk has no intentions of increasing its current ownership share of the company’s harbour in Malaysia.
Six years ago APM Terminals bought a 30 per cent share of Malaysian port Taniung Pelepas, thus replacing Singapore as their central harbour in the region.

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