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20 September 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 06:58 GMT+2





01/10/1999Un 49% más de inversión en infraestructuras
(El Mundo)


01/10/1999P&O steps up asset disposal programme
(The Times)


01/10/1999Freight rates may defray costs
(Shipping Times)


01/10/1999Latvian Shipping orders 6 tankers
(Shipping Times)


01/10/1999PSA gets nod to develop Portuguese port terminal
(Shipping Times)


01/10/1999BRIEFS


04/10/1999'World ports must aid to help deepen Suez Canal'
(Cargoweb)


04/10/1999Los camioneros se movilizan de nuevo
(El Mundo)


04/10/1999Wallenius launches US-flag firm
(Sched Net)


04/10/1999Benefits of US shipping reform to grow further
(Shipping Times)


04/10/1999Economic growth forecast raised to 7 to 8 percent
(The Korea Herald)


04/10/1999BRIEFS


04/10/1999Valenciana de Cementos invierte en el puerto tinerfeño de Granadilla
(urgente online press)


04/10/1999Dholera to set a precedent in Port planning
(Exim India)


04/10/1999Ships - but no building
(BBC News)


05/10/1999Lines on 2 Asian trades impose bunker surcharges
(Shipping Times)


05/10/1999Threatened industrial action could aggravate Mombasa congestion
(Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weekly)


05/10/1999Private developer wants to set up RB container terminal
(Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weekly)


05/10/1999BRIEFS


05/10/1999Exports post remarkable increase in August
(Exim India)


06/10/1999El Grupo Ferrovial lanza una OPA sobre Agromán
(El Mundo)


06/10/1999Malaysia may impose single freight rate for all ports
(Shipping Times)


06/10/1999External economic position to be better in 2000
(The Star Online)


06/10/1999Govt studying freight rate control
(The Star Online)


06/10/1999China upbeat on WTO talks
(BBC News)


06/10/1999BRIEFS


06/10/1999DSND to acquire Hays Ships
(Marine Log)


06/10/1999Malta: Full speed ahead in wake of expansion: Freeport by Godfrey Grima: Well equipped terminals, modern computerisation and better facilities have helped to make the port a greater commercial success
(Financial Times)


06/10/1999TotalFina/Elf merger comes under regulatory scrutiny
(The Bunker Bulletin)


07/10/1999Privatisation delays may cause closure of Uganda Airlines
(Daily Nation on the Web)


07/10/1999Port Klang sets two records
(The Star Online)


07/10/1999La Sepi venderá Astander al grupo canario Italmar
(El Mundo)


07/10/1999Number of shipbuilding related disputes rising
(Shipping Times)


07/10/1999Princess Cruises to monitor demand in Asia-Pac market
(Shipping Times)


07/10/1999BRIEFS


07/10/1999Los puertos de Tenerife reciben el 25 por ciento de los pasajeros marítimos
(urgente online press)


07/10/1999Port of Rotterdam in railroad company
(Cargoweb)


08/10/1999Passenger Increase on Color Line
(The Norway Post)


08/10/1999Why exporters make the most of a raw deal
(The Australian News Network)


08/10/1999Spanair subcontrata con Lufthansa el mantenimiento de su flota
(El Mundo)


08/10/1999El Gobierno saca Iberia a Bolsa y espera recaudar medio billón de pesetas
(El Mundo)


08/10/1999BRIEFS


11/10/1999Italmar compra Astilleros de Santander
(urgente online press)


11/10/1999El 54 por ciento de Iberia sale a bolsa
(urgente online press)


11/10/1999Más del 50% de la OPV de Iberia será para los minoritarios
(El Mundo)


11/10/1999Concesionario de Matarani aplicará tarifas máximas
(El Comercio Perú)


11/10/1999Japanese hotel giant could enter cruise market
(Marine Log)


11/10/1999China to build four large oil ports
(Shipping Times)


11/10/1999Asean urged to develop proper cruise facilities
(Shipping Times)


11/10/1999BRIEFS


11/10/1999Los puertos españoles invertirán 79.782 millones en el 2000
(urgente online press)


12/10/1999Importaciones cayeron 23 por ciento
(El Comercio Perú)


12/10/1999BRIEFS


12/10/1999NASSCO wins major R&D contract
(Marine Log)


13/10/1999Confirman reducción de tarifas en puertos de Enapu
(El Comercio Perú)


13/10/1999Cuestionan nuevas tarifas de Matarani
(El Comercio Perú)


13/10/1999Government predicts flow of savings via pipeline from Syria
(The Daily Star On line)


13/10/1999Hanjin Heavy Receives $300 Mil. Orders
(The Korea Times)


13/10/1999New debt relief plan 'not enough' for African economies
(Daily Nation on the Web)


13/10/1999Reds spotted by the canal bed
(Financial Times)


13/10/1999Port Klang eyes world's 15th busiest port spot
(Shipping Times)


13/10/1999Freight hikes planned on Asia-Europe trade
(Shipping Times)


13/10/1999Sarno hits back at Shippers Council
(Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weekly)


13/10/1999New Namibian rail link will boost southern African trade
(Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weekly)


13/10/1999BRIEFS


13/10/1999Kvaerner axes 600 UK jobs
(BBC News)


14/10/1999German merger looking unlikely
(Cargonews Asia)


14/10/1999Box Volume at Major Ports Rises in 1st Half of 1999
(Cyber Shipping Guide - Ocean Commerce)


14/10/1999Looking overseas for growth
(Shipping Times)


14/10/1999Penang to expand Butterworth container terminal
(Shipping Times)


14/10/1999BRIEFS


14/10/1999U.K. will subsidize ship conversion projects
(Marine Log)


14/10/1999U.S. Says China's WTO Entry Depends On Trade Liberalization
(Inside China Today)


15/10/1999Port Klang keen to have Bombay as sister port
(Shipping Times)


15/10/1999Call for straits users to fund navigational aids
(Shipping Times)


15/10/1999Exporters to Europe advised to improve marketing strategies
(The Star Online)


15/10/1999P&O's Princess Cruises enjoys strong quarter
(The Times)


15/10/1999Ennore Port incorporated as company
(Exim India)


15/10/1999BRIEFS


18/10/1999Concesionario de puerto Matarani dice que precios son negociables
(El Comercio Perú)


18/10/1999Umoe Bids for Kvaerner Mandal
(The Norway Post)


18/10/1999Kiwis to storm port bid
(The Australian News Network)


18/10/1999Mozal needs efficiency at the port
(Financial Times)


18/10/1999Tokyo market falters
(BBC News)


18/10/1999BRIEFS


18/10/1999Daewoo Heavy in Better Position Than Others
(The Korea Times)


19/10/1999Shipping firm on profit wave
(Shipping Times)


19/10/1999Ports of Auckland's throughput up
(Shipping Times)


19/10/1999S'pore shippers back 'code of conduct' for lines
(Shipping Times)


19/10/1999BRIEFS


19/10/1999Port Vancouver, BC welcomes 947,659 cruise passengers
(World Wide Shipper)


20/10/1999UAC debts paid up
(Daily Nation on the Web)


20/10/1999Delta Air to buy regional carrier Comair for US$1.8b
(Shipping Times)


20/10/1999P&O Ports takes over stevedoring concern
(Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weekly)


20/10/1999PAL adds new West Africa option
(Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weekly)


20/10/1999Hundreds missing after ship sinks off western New Guinea
(South China Morning Post)


20/10/1999BRIEFS


20/10/1999Swissair parent buying stake in Polish airline
(The Nando Times)


20/10/1999End of duty-free hits tunnel traffic
(Independent)


20/10/1999Festival increases newbuilding sizes
(Marine Log)


20/10/1999CLIA predicts 8% annual cruise passenger market growth
(Marine Log)


20/10/1999US trade gap narrows
(BBC News)


20/10/1999Uniglory and Cosco joint service China-Middle East
(Cargoweb)


21/10/1999Devaluation dents Ocean Wilsons
(Financial Times)


21/10/1999China Shipping Assigns Six Ships for New US Service
(Cyber Shipping Guide - Ocean Commerce)


21/10/1999SCI, Contship to launch direct box service between Indian subcontinent and US E. Coast
(Exim India)


21/10/1999Japanese agency to fund Cambodia port improvement
(Sched Net)


21/10/1999Nippon Yusen seen to post 58% gain in 1st-half profit
(Shipping Times)


21/10/1999Jakarta to privatise two more ports
(Shipping Times)


21/10/1999Russia Sees New Baltic Oil Line Working In First Half Of 2000
(Russia Today)


21/10/1999BRIEFS


21/10/1999Test run successful for cargo airship
(World Wide Shipper)


21/10/1999US Airways Reports $85 Million Loss
(The Washington Post)


22/10/1999Saudi line plans to use Port Klang as S-E Asian hub
(Shipping Times)


22/10/1999World economy needs new rules, says PECC
(Philippine Daily Inquirer)


22/10/1999China's 1999 Trade Surplus Seen At $25-27 Billion
(Inside China Today)


22/10/1999BRIEFS


25/10/1999China Purchase Steps Up Airbus Sales Dogfight With Boeing
(Inside China Today)


25/10/1999Govt may impose 50 pc import duty on wheat
(Exim India)


25/10/1999Traffic at Major Ports may touch 275 m. tonnes
(Exim India)


25/10/1999WTO talks start
(BBC News)


25/10/1999BRIEFS


25/10/1999Unions in the Belgian port of Gent reduce demands
(Cargoweb)


25/10/1999Hawaii dockworkers strike averted
(The Nando Times)


25/10/1999Shipping Charges Likely to Be Slashed to Help Boost Exports
(The Korea Times)


25/10/1999China And U.S. Say They've Weathered Financial Storm
(Inside China Today)


25/10/1999Hanjin signs contract for new Oakland facility
(World Wide Shipper)


26/10/1999Low freight rates here to stay
(Shipping Times)


26/10/1999Austal studying S'pore-Jakarta fast freight service
(Shipping Times)


26/10/1999French pip BAe in bid for Brazil jet holding
(The Times)


26/10/1999Malaysia Airports plans IPO of 110mil shares
(The Star Online)


26/10/1999BRIEFS


26/10/1999Korean yards still raking in orders
(Marine Log)


26/10/1999Finnish government backing for Saarikangas Masa Yards bid
(Marine Log)


26/10/1999Costly Shipwrecks along the Norwegian coast
(The Norway Post)


27/10/1999'Get real and accept that rates must rise!'
(Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weekly)


27/10/1999Port of Luderitz set for a boom
(Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weekly)


27/10/1999Container groups face problems
(Financial Times)


27/10/1999Industria recurrirá la orden de Bruselas contra las ayudas públicas a los astilleros
(ABCe)


27/10/1999BRIEFS


27/10/1999Separate coastal shipping Act unlikely
(Exim India)


27/10/1999Shipping Dept for 40 pc depreciation rate; restoration of Sec. 33 AC
(Exim India)


27/10/1999FONASBA calls for clarity in ship agents' rate structures
(Marine Log)


28/10/1999PCASO prexy to observe Europe ports
(Sun Star Daily)


28/10/1999Regional cruise industry has made much progress
(Shipping Times)


28/10/1999Tianjin port's foreign trade up
(Shipping Times)


28/10/1999Baltic Exchange to start new shipping index
(Financial Times)


28/10/1999BRIEFS


28/10/1999Cochin Port - A Tryst with Destiny
(Exim India)


29/10/1999Economía ultima el relevo de Trías de Bes en Trasmediterránea
(ABCe)


29/10/1999China to cut domestic flights, increase int'l ones
(Shipping Times)


29/10/1999Japan's shipyards accused of rigging bids for govt repair jobs
(Shipping Times)


29/10/1999Ministers ordered to pay £100m to Spanish fishermen
(Financial Times)


29/10/1999BRIEFS



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