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Olam has not ruled out a complete exit from Arise Ports & Logistics

Olam has not ruled out a complete exit from Arise Ports & Logistics

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22/06/2020 at 20h36, by Gaëlle Arenson, updated 23/06/2020

According to various sources we consulted, Olam (with reported revenue of $21.1bn in 2018) has been considering the possibility of fully withdrawing from its port operations since last year.

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