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13 November 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 23:03 GMT+1





01/06/2000Petronas in India partnership
(The Star Online)


01/06/2000ABB decides to close motor plant
(Gazeta Mercantil)


01/06/2000Old Ships Come Under EU Fitness Scrutiny in September
(The East African)


01/06/2000CPT move to lease out two Haldia dock berths
(The Hindu Business Line)


01/06/2000Foreign equity limit to be eased
(South China Morning Post)


01/06/2000A growing range of new systems are making it easier to arrange delivery of goods over the internet
(Financial Times)


01/06/2000BRIEFS


01/06/2000Minister holds out 100 pc FDI facility in SEZs
(Exim India)


02/06/20005.2% of potential seamen unfit
(Shipping Times)


02/06/2000BRIEFS


05/06/2000Industrial products boost coastal shipping in Mercosur
(Gazeta Mercantil)


05/06/2000Vallarpadam Load Centre project -- Will P&O Ports bag the contract?
(The Hindu Business Line)


05/06/2000Plans for new Titanic take shape
(Aftenposten Interaktiv)


05/06/2000Japan's yards feel the pain as newbuilding prices stay low
(Shipping Times)


05/06/2000Encore des équipages en errance dans le port de Marseille
(La Provence)


05/06/2000BA 'closer' to deal with KLM
(BBC News)


05/06/2000BRIEFS


06/06/2000Rajnath Singh to inaugurate India's first private Container Terminal today
(Exim India)


06/06/2000BRIEFS


06/06/2000Judge Delays Ruling on Dockworker Pact
(Los Angeles Times)


06/06/2000British Airways confirms KLM talks
(BBC News)


06/06/2000Agreement Rotterdam second Maasvlakte
(Cargoweb)


07/06/2000Mormugao to spend 6.5b rupees on new berths
(Shipping Times)


07/06/2000Wah Kwong heads for privatised anchorage
(South China Morning Post)


07/06/2000BRIEFS


07/06/2000$70 million RoRo order for Halter Marine
(Marine Log)


08/06/2000CPT plans to lease out two Haldia Dock berths
(Exim India)


08/06/2000Cargo crime on rise with losses at US$30b-50b yearly: insurers
(Shipping Times)


08/06/2000Le TGV Méditerranée pose son dernier jalon
(La Provence)


08/06/2000EU-Korea Trade War a Possibility
(The East African)


08/06/2000Airlines Talk Mergers on a Global Scale
(The New York Times)


08/06/2000BRIEFS


09/06/2000Sale of Petrobras stock already has rules and date
(Gazeta Mercantil)


09/06/2000District Offshore building new cable-laying ship at Brattvaag
(The Norway Post)


09/06/2000E sui «camalli» arriva la scure Ue Bruxelles è intenzionata a chiedere la restituzione di oltre 900 miliardi
(Il Sole 24 Ore On Line)


09/06/2000Fangcheng Harbour taps P&O Ports for makeover
(Shipping Times)


09/06/2000APL-NOL signs service pact with new M'sian port
(Shipping Times)


09/06/2000BRIEFS


11/06/2000Shipyards to fight cutbacks
(BBC News)


12/06/2000Pilots threaten to shut down ports
(Cargoweb)


12/06/2000Oil Industry Rebounds in Canada as It Becomes Top U.S. Supplier
(The New York Times)


12/06/2000EU stepping up import regulations on Korean goods
(The Korea Herald)


12/06/2000BRIEFS


12/06/2000Cruise to nowhere company acquired
(Marine Log)


13/06/2000Kazakhs seek diverse export routes for Caspian crude
(Gulf News)


13/06/2000Major ports post growth in traffic
(The Hindu Business Line)


13/06/2000BRIEFS


13/06/2000Pessimism on 'open skies' talks
(BBC News)


14/06/2000Development of box terminal at Kandla -- P&O calls meet with labour union to resolve row
(The Hindu Business Line)


14/06/2000Bergen yard will work with Spaniards
(Aftenposten Interaktiv)


14/06/2000Euro fast ship venture in 14 days
(Sched Net)


14/06/2000BRIEFS


15/06/2000Danzas acquires Africa major
(Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weekly)


15/06/2000More Uganda Cargo to Pass Through Dar
(The East African)


15/06/2000CPT plans consortium to develop box terminals
(The Hindu Business Line)


15/06/2000Maersk urges shipyards to revise ferry bids
(Financial Times)


15/06/2000Japan moves to build second offshore airport
(Shipping Times)


15/06/2000Philippine seamen's salary to go up by 30%
(Shipping Times)


15/06/2000BRIEFS


15/06/2000Mosvold back in VLCC newbuilding market
(Marine Log)


15/06/2000ECT welcomes three Atlantic services
(Cargoweb)


16/06/2000Suezmax rates rampant as Ceyhan cargoes fixed
(Gulf News)


16/06/2000Port of L.A. Posts Record May, Prepares for Seasonal Crunch
(Los Angeles Times)


16/06/2000Full airport city suggested for Chek Lap Kok
(South China Morning Post)


16/06/2000BRIEFS


19/06/2000Frontline acquires Euronav Suezmaxes
(Marine Log)


19/06/2000Pumping out Erika's holds
(Shipping Times)


19/06/2000NY port seeks bigger share of Asian trade
(Shipping Times)


19/06/2000Beirut's new container port eyes fresh markets
(The Daily Star On line)


19/06/2000BRIEFS


20/06/2000KLM's hub at Schiphol airport a key attraction for BA
(Shipping Times)


20/06/2000Half of Philippines' maritime colleges expected to meet new standards
(Shipping Times)


20/06/2000BRIEFS


20/06/2000Arbitration court rules for individual members of FIATA
(International Transport Journal)


21/06/2000Dutch group to build Philippine port
(Shipping Times)


21/06/2000Japan's trade gap shrivels
(BBC News)


21/06/2000Opec set to boost output
(BBC News)


21/06/2000BRIEFS


22/06/2000P&O shares hit stormy waters
(The Times)


22/06/2000HK port's cargo volume in first quarter up 21%
(Shipping Times)


22/06/2000Human smuggling: A US$10b industry
(Shipping Times)


22/06/2000BRIEFS


22/06/2000EPA cites four ships
(Anchorage Daily News)


23/06/2000NEL seeks 23 billion drachmas for expansion
(Athens News)


23/06/2000Keppel makes two-pronged push to drag group into Internet age
(South China Morning Post)


23/06/2000Airbus announces launch of A3XX superjumbo jet
(Independent)


23/06/2000Crude Error: How We Grew Vulnerable to High Oil Prices
(The New York Times)


23/06/2000No vacancies at the Europa: The continent's need for workers means its efforts to turn away immigrants are not only impossible to enforce, but irrational
(Financial Times)


23/06/2000BRIEFS


26/06/2000Croisières: le groupe italien MSC donne le ton
(La Provence)


26/06/2000Oil Spill Reaches S. Africa
(The New York Times)


26/06/2000Cosco Sees Post-WTO Business Boom
(Inside China Today)


26/06/2000JNPT container terminal privatisation -- Is there merit in unions' objections?
(The Hindu Business Line)


26/06/2000New trade deal replaces 'Lome'
(BBC News)


26/06/2000BRIEFS


27/06/2000Qatar firms sign petrochemical shipping deal
(Gulf News)


27/06/2000MISC notes get high MARC ratings
(The Star Online)


27/06/2000Airlines fly into mergers
(South China Morning Post)


27/06/2000Global giants gang up in bids for Daewoo Motor
(South China Morning Post)


27/06/2000BRIEFS


28/06/2000Post-sanctions trade booms
(Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weekly)


28/06/2000Room for Europe rates rise
(Cargo Info Africa - Freight & Trading Weekly)


28/06/2000IMO deadlock on black boxes for ships
(Shipping Times)


28/06/2000Cruise operators enter growing China-Japan market
(Shipping Times)


28/06/2000German firm 'to buy First Choice'
(BBC News)


28/06/2000BRIEFS


28/06/2000Republicans pave way for deal on Cuba
(Financial Times)


28/06/2000France to boost second register
(Marine Log)


28/06/2000South Africa spill worse than at first thought
(Marine Log)


29/06/2000Harbour Authority Seeks New Firm to Complete Tower
(The East African)


29/06/2000China Shipping Designates Kwangyang Its Transit Port
(The Korea Times)


29/06/2000La réparation navale demande des assurances
(La Provence)


29/06/2000N-E Asia shippers unite to fight lines over charges
(Shipping Times)


29/06/2000BRIEFS


29/06/2000Refugee Ship Missing in Indonesia
(The New York Times)


29/06/2000Liberian Registry cuts fees
(Marine Log)


30/06/2000Kleven Floroe awarded NOK 500m contract
(The Norway Post)


30/06/2000APL group pulls out of bid for Indon terminal
(Shipping Times)


30/06/2000Ford wins bidding race for Daewoo
(South China Morning Post)


30/06/2000BRIEFS



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