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14 November 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 07:29 GMT+1





02/09/2001Exports Down for 6th Month
(The Digital Chosun)


03/09/2001Port Privatisation Starts Next Month
(allAfrica.com)


03/09/2001OPEC inclined to cut output again
(USA TODAY)


03/09/2001Shipping in deep waters
(Athens News)


03/09/2001Airlines predict slow growth in Asian sector
(China Post)


03/09/2001Court lifts injunction - boatpeople to sail to PNG
(The Sydney Morning Herald)


03/09/2001BRIEFS


03/09/2001Russia and China sign Memorandum of railway traffic cooperation
(Pravda)


04/09/2001Le boum du tourisme fluvial se confirme sur le Rhône et la Saône
(Les Echos)


04/09/2001Boat people set sail for PNG
(Herald Sun)


04/09/2001BRIEFS


04/09/2001Russia's foreign trade turnover stands at $81.7 billion over 7 months
(Pravda)


04/09/2001British Airways cuts 1,800 jobs
(BBC News)


04/09/2001L'UE tente d'ouvrir le marché chinois des transports maritimes
(La Tribune)


05/09/2001Patrols in Malacca straits intensified
(The Star Online)


05/09/2001BRIEFS


05/09/2001Two ships grounded as gale force winds, heavy rains batter Cape Town
(Alabama Live)


06/09/2001Cross-strait deal sparks stock surge
(South China Morning Post)


06/09/2001Singapore's maritime industry will still make waves
(The Straits Times)


06/09/2001No regrets for Tampa captain
(The Sydney Morning Herald)


06/09/2001Gov't takes bold steps to boost relations with mainland
(China Post)


06/09/2001BRIEFS


06/09/2001Cruise line pays Alaska $55,000 in air quality case
(Marine Log)


07/09/2001Govt sets up National Shipping Board
(Exim India)


07/09/2001Chamber of Shipping deplores 'paralysis' of container terminal
(The Daily Star On line)


07/09/2001Liner trade braces for slow-down
(portsworld.com)


07/09/2001BRIEFS


10/09/2001Seamen face low pay, harsh work conditions
(The Manila Times)


10/09/2001Hutchison on verge of US$1b China deal
(South China Morning Post)


10/09/2001BRIEFS


11/09/2001PTP confident of achieving target of 2m TEUs for 2001
(Business Times - Malaysia)


11/09/2001Airport considers cargo base options
(South China Morning Post)


11/09/2001Evergreen Investigates BENELUX Terminal
(MaritimeToday.com)


11/09/2001BRIEFS


11/09/2001Crude gains $3 as World Trade Center towers collapse
(The Bunker Bulletin)


11/09/2001International flight network crippled by disaster
(Financial Times)


11/09/2001Asian markets open in shock
(CNN)


11/09/2001All flights stopped nationwide
(CNN)


12/09/2001Already weak airlines stand to lose billions
(USA TODAY)


12/09/2001Terror Feeds Recession Fear
(The Washington Post)


12/09/2001BRIEFS


12/09/2001Germany's HDW and Hellenic Shipyards due to start talks on Friday
(Kathimerini)


12/09/2001The future of air travel
(Atlanta Journal-Constitution)


13/09/2001Mombasa 'Will Lose' Business to Dar Port
(The East African)


13/09/2001Pressure mounts for smaller shipping lines to merge
(Business Times - Malaysia)


13/09/2001Reliving the Andrea Doria Collision, From Dry Land
(The New York Times)


13/09/2001Companies Nationwide Try to Operate Despite Odds
(The New York Times)


13/09/2001BRIEFS


13/09/2001Tighter Airport Security Will Slow Business Fliers
(The New York Times)


14/09/2001Airport bidders gain more time
(South China Morning Post)


14/09/2001ADB trims expectations of growth
(South China Morning Post)


14/09/2001Terrorism takes toll on many industries
(USA TODAY)


14/09/2001Airlines Back In Service, but Troubles Grow
(The Washington Post)


14/09/2001BRIEFS


16/09/2001Post Office resumes shipping of foreign packages; warns of delays
(The Kansas City Star)


16/09/2001Despite fast ferry failures, entrepreneurs remain hopeful
(The Miami Herald)


17/09/2001Truck makers negotiate on JV
(China Daily)


17/09/2001Rise in container use helps ports to weather downturn
(Business Times - Malaysia)


17/09/2001Airports Slowly Regain Travelers
(The Washington Post)


17/09/2001BRIEFS


17/09/2001Crude continues its jitters in nervous market
(The Bunker Bulletin)


18/09/2001Container traffic to go up 2-fold by 2005
(Business Times - Malaysia)


18/09/2001Shipowners fear slump as premiums rise 1,000%
(The Guardian)


18/09/2001BRIEFS


19/09/2001Al Saudia places embargo on cargo booking from Pakistan; Emirates withdraws special 30 percent discount
(Business Recorder)


19/09/2001China's oil policy unaffected by attacks
(China Daily)


19/09/2001European airlines may seek state financial assistance
(Shipping Times)


19/09/2001Kværner caught in financial crisis
(Aftenposten Interaktiv)


19/09/2001Trucking Officials Worried
(The Washington Post)


19/09/2001BRIEFS


19/09/2001Atomic Submarines as Transport Ships
(SeaNews)


19/09/2001Port productivity not up to scratch'
(Business Day)


20/09/2001US 'list' bars seafarers of most Islamic states
(Shipping Times)


20/09/2001BRIEFS


21/09/2001China Merchants flagship gains $1.1b ports
(South China Morning Post)


21/09/2001Indian shipping rates seen rising on war worries
(Business Recorder)


21/09/2001War risk premiums hit Pakistan commodity shipments
(Business Recorder)


21/09/2001Asia transport hit by higher costs post-attacks
(The Star Online)


21/09/2001Deal Near On Federal Help for Airlines
(The Washington Post)


21/09/2001BRIEFS


24/09/2001Congress Passes $15 Billion Airline Bailout
(The Washington Post)


24/09/2001Sydney Airport sale deferred
(Herald Sun)


24/09/2001OPEC expected to keep crude output steady as signs of recession increase
(China Daily)


24/09/2001Domestic shipbuilding industry short of manpower
(The Korea Herald)


24/09/2001EU looks for talks on 'aviation area' with America
(The Times)


24/09/2001Kværner on brink of bankruptcy
(Aftenposten Interaktiv)


24/09/2001BRIEFS


24/09/2001Marine cargo insurance premiums on trips to Israel to rise dramatically
(Globes - Israel's Business Arena)


25/09/2001Industry braces for logistics slowdown
(EBN)


25/09/2001HHI seen applying for separation from Hyundai in Oct.
(The Korea Herald)


25/09/2001Protect Our Oil Supply
(The Washington Post)


25/09/2001BRIEFS


25/09/2001Crude oil rises again, OPEC wants to keep basket at $25
(The Bunker Bulletin)


26/09/2001Slowdown slashes 9pc from exports
(South China Morning Post)


26/09/2001Global Recession Near, Some Economists Say
(The Washington Post)


26/09/2001Lloyd's estimates £1.2bn losses
(The Times)


26/09/2001BRIEFS


27/09/2001PIA flooded with bookings for air cargo
(DAWN)


27/09/2001Antwerp port may regulate rates when PSA takes major control
(Shipping Times)


27/09/2001Shipowners cry foul
(Sched Net)


27/09/2001BRIEFS


28/09/2001Calls for price stability amid rising tension
(South China Morning Post)


28/09/2001Rough waters ahead for shipping industry
(The Daily Star On line)


28/09/2001BRIEFS



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