TMM says revenue fell in first quarter

Sutter, Mary
May 1996
Traffic World;5/6/96, Vol. 246 Issue 6, p37
Trade Publication
Presents financial information on Transportacion Maritima Mexicana (TMM) and its financial status, which fell 2.7 percent in the 1996 first quarter to $167 million. TMM's reasons for the decline; Role of shipping in TMM's first quarter revenue; Information on TMM's operations.


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