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17 January 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 14:49 GMT+1

September 20, 2019

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Moby denunciation attacks by trusts to speculative character

For the company draft "of the last action of a strategy begun with an obsessing libellous campaign to means is printed"

The company of Moby navigation of the Honored group Shipping has denounced attacks against the society by trusts to speculative character. With a Moby note it has announced to have "given sent to own lawyers to denounce to the Public Prosecutor's Office the serious contained slander facts in the resource to the concorsuali procedures introduced from some trusts to speculative character all with center in tax havens". In the version in English language of the Moby official notice it has specified to have "charged an adviser tied to defend it within procedures of insolvency promoted dinanzi to the Court of Milan from some petitioners who have identified themselves as holders of an amount not specified of issued obligations senior secured to fixed rate of Moby originally in February 2016".

"Moby - the note in English language of the company continues - considers the affirmations of the petitioners completely lacking in foundation and, therefore, she intends to contest the action from by all means possible they undertaken". In the official notice in Italian Moby it has denounced this fact "as the last action of a strategy begun with an obsessing libellous campaign to means prints, many times over denounced to various judicial authorities" and has concluded expressing confidence "in the acts of the Italian magistracy with totally aware serenity as of the calunniosità of the resource".

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