Maersk to shrink workforce by 10%


AP Møller-Maersk is cutting 10,000 jobs because of a drop in demand triggered by the global economic slowdown

The Danish company – owner of the world’s second largest fleet – said it had already started cutting staff but was planning on ‘intensifying’ cost-saving measures in response to worsening price forecasts.

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