Maersk warns that it's 'too early to predict' the impact of NotPetya after malware caused ports to grind to a halt for a week

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Not going anywhere: Containers stranded at ports operated by Maersk due to outbreak of NotPetya malware
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Not going anywhere: Containers stranded at ports operated by Maersk due to outbreak of NotPetya malware

Maersk and Cadbury's warn over impact of NotPetya after Reckitt Benckiser admits that malware has cost it at least £100m

AP Moller-Maersk has said that it is too early for it to assess the financial impact from the outbreak of the NotPetya malware, which affected a number of the 76 ports operated by the Danish shipping giant....

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