International Shipholding, Seminole Settle Litigation

Friday, August 06, 1999
Seminole Electric Cooperative Inc. has reportedly paid $23 million for a settlement of shipping-related litigation with Central Gulf Lines Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of International Shipholding Corp.
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