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Baltic Transport 2012 highlights - APM-T with the largest FDI in Russia

Publication date: 2013-01-29

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Baltic Transport 2012 highlights - APM-T with the largest FDI in Russia

APM Terminals, the ports arm of A.P. Møller-Mærsk, announced acquisition of 37.5% shareholding in Global Ports, an operator of four terminals in the East Baltic.

The company operates Petrolesport and Moby Dik in St. Petersburg and Multi-Link terminals in Helsinki and Kotka. The investment of ca. EUR 670 mln follows Russia’s accession to the World Trade Organisation and represents the largest foreign direct investment in Russia’s transportation sector to date.

Read more about this and other 2012 highlights for Baltic Transport in the upcoming BTJ 1/2013 Jan.-Feb. printed edition

Check also the main topics in our publishing plan for 2013

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