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Maersk, the Danish shipping giant, has announced that it will continue to divert vessels away from the Red Sea due to safety concerns caused by attacks by Houthi militants. The company cited the constantly evolving and highly volatile security risks as the reason behind the decision. The diversion will result in longer travel times for ships, as they will have to take the longer Cape of Good Hope route around southern Africa instead of the quicker route through Egypt’s Suez Canal. Other European firms have also warned of delays in product deliveries due to supply chain disruptions.

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