The Ever Given cargo ship spent days lodged sideways, impeding all traffic across the Suez Canal. Photo: Suez Canal Authority via AFP The Ever Given cargo ship spent days lodged sideways, impeding all traffic across the Suez Canal. Photo: Suez Canal Authority via AFP
The Ever Given cargo ship spent days lodged sideways, impeding all traffic across the Suez Canal. Photo: Suez Canal Authority via AFP
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Suez Canal: Egypt expects US$1 billion in damages after Ever Given finally removed, says ship may have to remain in country

  • Top canal official warns that the cargo vessel will not be allowed to leave the country if the issue goes to court
  • The amount takes into account the salvage operation, costs of stalled traffic and lost transit fees for the week that the Ever Given had blocked the Suez Canal

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The Ever Given cargo ship spent days lodged sideways, impeding all traffic across the Suez Canal. Photo: Suez Canal Authority via AFP The Ever Given cargo ship spent days lodged sideways, impeding all traffic across the Suez Canal. Photo: Suez Canal Authority via AFP
The Ever Given cargo ship spent days lodged sideways, impeding all traffic across the Suez Canal. Photo: Suez Canal Authority via AFP
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