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    Harland & Wolff story rumbles on

    News // December 1, 2000
    The long running saga of the dispute between British shipbuilder Harland and Wolff and Global Marine took yet another twist in mid-November when the High Court in London set aside an earlier award by the Arbitration Tribunal in favour of the yard.

    The tribunal had awarded Harland & Wolff $31M due for the delivery of the drill ship Glomar Jack Ryan.

    Harland & Wolff CEO Brynjulv Mugaas said he was "deeply disappointed" by the ruling.

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