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Chancellor’s office shies away from decision in Hamburg port dispute

Light and shadow over the container gantry cranes in the Port of Hamburg: What dominates in the Cosco dispute?

Green Party politician Anton Hofreiter made his criticism clear on Monday, arguing that the German government must immediately stop the planned entry of the Chinese shipping company Cosco into the logistics group HHLA’s Tollerort container terminal in the Port of Hamburg. “Even the reduction of a Cosco stake to 24.9 percent in the operating company does not make the deal any better,” the Chairman of the European Affairs Committee in the Bundestag told Reuters.

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