AP Moeller Expects Higher Profits in 2001

Tuesday, August 28, 2001
According to the company, AP Moeller expects that its full-year group profits to be higher than the nearly $1.2 billion booked in 2000. AP Moeller operates Maersk-Sealand - one of the world's largest containershipping lines, and is also a North Sea oil and gas producer. - (Reuters)
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