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2019 was a good year, but 2020 will be considerably weaker

25/03/20 -"HHLA’s 2019 numbers were pretty much in line with our expectations, but management gives a bleak outlook for the current year as a result of COVID-19 (see our chat from 20 March). Because of this ..."

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