While awaiting Beirut port reconstruction, CMA CGM turns attentions to northern port of Tripoli

A CMA CGM vessel leaving Marseille on August 25, 2020, to rescue Beirut.
A CMA CGM vessel leaving Marseille on August 25, 2020, to rescue Beirut. © NICOLAS VALLAURI /PHOTOPQR/LA PROVENCE/MAXPPP
With the restoration of Beirut port held up by the political crisis in Lebanon, the French shipping company CMA CGM is pressing on with its activities in the northern Lebanese port of Tripoli, a gateway to future business in Syria, while keeping one eye on the situation in the capital. [...] (381 words)
Issue dated 24/11/2020 Reading time 2 minutes

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