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Søren Skou: IPOs most likely solution for Maersk Energy

Maersk Group CEO Søren Skou says in an interview with Bloomberg TV during the Davos summit that he thinks the most likely scenario for the group's energy business is an IPO. Søren Skou also projects increasing global trade.

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Maersk's energy companies will likely be taken public, says CEO Søren Skou in an interview with Bloomberg TV during the World Economic Forum in Davos.

In the interview, the Danish CEO is asked whether the companies in the new Maersk Energy unit will be divested or listed.

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