Maersk's energy division suffers setback in Q2

The Danish transportation and energy giant grows in its largest and most important business unit, Maersk Line. Meanwhile, the energy division suffers a setback, mainly on account of Maersk Drilling.

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Updated at 9:08am CET

Improved freight rates are, for the first time in eight quarters, driving growth at Maersk Group's core company Maersk Line, boosting the conglomerate's overall performance, shows the group's Q2 report.

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