Hapag-Lloyd and United Arab Shipping Company are in merger talks, in a surprise move that will accelerate consolidation in the troubled container shipping industry. Hapag-Lloyd would have a 72 percent stake in a merged carrier, while Dubai-based UASC, which is owned by six Arab Gulf states, would own the remainder, the German carrier said.
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