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Tuesday, 21 July 2009 22:05

Prime container ship route slumps - Financial Times

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Prime container ship route slumps Financial Times Volumes depend on consumer demand for the finished and semifinished goods shipped in containers. The ELAA figures - which the trade association compiles for ... and more »

Prime container ship route slumps Financial Times Volumes depend on consumer demand for the finished and semifinished goods shipped in containers. The ELAA figures - which the trade association compiles for ... and more »



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