Dover’s plans for second ro-ro terminal put back three years
DOVER Harbour Board is set to push back its £400m ($665m) plans for a second ro-ro terminal and 400-berth marina at Britain’s top ferry port, initially pencilled in for 2013, by at least three years, Lloyd’s List has learned.
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