Supply chain radar: struggling with liquidity

January 8, 2019 Alessandro Pasetti

“MSC takes four ships and 49% share of Messina Group”, ran the headline in Splash 24/7 on New Year’s Eve.
In short, MSC is providing short-term liquidity to the parent company, while taking a controlling stake in a holding which holds assets as collateral.
My immediate thought was that such news – almost meaningless, in the bigger scheme of things – was not worth any coverage. Yet two days later it became meaningful, as the European Central ...

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