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Antwerp and Bruges join forces to create European port powerhouse

In a move that could see further port mergers around the world, two major Belgian cargo hubs will unite after an agreement by the two cities of Antwerp and Bruges to combine their ports and create a giant European container port capable of delivering digital and green services to container shipping lines and other sectors.

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