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19 September 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 08:46 GMT+2





02/11/2001Tamil Tigers claim tanker attack
(BBC News)


02/11/2001P. Klang throughput eases 5-7pc after attacks on US
(Business Times - Malaysia)


02/11/2001BRIEFS


05/11/2001Russia's first civil airlines association born
(Pravda)


05/11/2001WTO Table Set for Russian Delegation
(TheMoscowTimes.com)


05/11/2001Coast Guard heightens vigilance at seaports
(The Buffalo News)


05/11/2001Shipping register sails into the top ten
(Hong Kong iMail)


05/11/2001Hyundai Group separates petchem, insurance units
(The Korea Herald)


05/11/2001BRIEFS


06/11/2001Transport minister expects 'big security bill' following Sept. 11 attacks
(Vancouver Sun)


06/11/2001Beijing aims to build biggest port
(China Daily)


06/11/2001La Sabena coupe ses moteurs
(Le Soir)


06/11/2001Serious Conflicts Threaten Trade Talks
(The Washington Post)


06/11/2001OPEC ready to announce output cut
(The Daily Star On line)


06/11/2001BRIEFS


06/11/2001Newport News Shipbuilding Receives Revised Proposal From Northrop Grumman
(MaritimeToday.com)


06/11/2001Vers la mise en examen de TotalFinaElf dans l'enquête sur l'Erika
(Le Monde)


07/11/2001SAS reconsiders bid for Braathens
(Aftenposten Interaktiv)


07/11/2001Pilot container service via TKR, TSR possible next year: ministry
(The Korea Herald)


07/11/2001BRIEFS


08/11/2001Online retail sales climb slightly after Sept. 11 attacks
(National Post Online)


08/11/2001Shipping industry benefiting from low oil prices
(The Korea Herald)


08/11/2001Japan Overtakes Korea in Ship Orders
(The Korea Times)


08/11/2001BRIEFS


08/11/2001Northrop Grumman and NNS ink acquisition agreement
(Marine Log)


08/11/2001Congress Approves Additional Funding for Houston Ship Channel Expansion Project
(MaritimeToday.com)


08/11/2001Court: Exxon bill too high
(Anchorage Daily News)


09/11/2001Ukraine's First National Carrier
(SeaNews)


09/11/2001BRIEFS


11/11/2001OPEC mulls cutting crude output by six per cent to firm up oil prices
(Vancouver Sun)


12/11/2001China's trade surplus to shrink further
(China Daily)


12/11/2001China warns Taiwan against WTO 'tricks'
(CNN)


12/11/2001BRIEFS


12/11/2001American Air stock hammered
(USA TODAY)


12/11/2001AMR shares plummet to lowest levels in decade
(Financial Times)


13/11/2001Chinese businesses urged to study of WTO rules urged
(China Daily)


13/11/2001BRIEFS


13/11/2001Three cranes for Bordeaux
(International Transport Journal)


13/11/2001Catastrophe aérienne de New York : la thèse de l'accident se confirme
(Les Echos)


14/11/2001Daewoo, Samsung Compete for 2nd Largest Shipbuilder
(The Korea Times)


14/11/2001Port Authority Reform
(SeaNews)


14/11/2001Local shipyards sitting on $5b worth of orders
(New Straits Times)


14/11/2001Johor Port denies plan to buy stake in Tg Pelepas
(Shipping Times)


14/11/2001Opec mulls output cut
(BBC News)


14/11/2001BRIEFS


14/11/2001'Open skies' deal unlikely in expansion of air services
(Hong Kong iMail)


14/11/2001ChevronTexaco begins to cut 4,000 jobs
(San Francisco Chronicle)


15/11/2001Kaohsiung threat looms over SAR
(South China Morning Post)


15/11/2001BRIEFS


15/11/2001IMF sees global slowdown
(BBC News)


16/11/2001TCC kicks off work on new coal carrier
(Hong Kong iMail)


16/11/2001Merchants in landmark bid for China port
(South China Morning Post)


16/11/2001Share shipping pie among more firms, Govt urged
(Business Times - Malaysia)


16/11/2001BRIEFS


20/11/2001BRIEFS


20/11/2001NPA Says No More Ship Diversion
(allAfrica.com)


20/11/2001Stock losses send IHI into the red
(The Japan Times Online)


21/11/2001BRIEFS


22/11/2001Le port et ses agents acceptent de se parler
(La Provence)


22/11/2001Privatise Fast, Ports Urged
(The East African)


22/11/2001Chinese airlines suffer US$240m losses
(China Daily)


22/11/2001Rotterdam: no increase in port dues
(International Transport Journal)


22/11/2001Antitrust concerns raised
(Shipping Times)


22/11/2001BRIEFS


23/11/2001La grève du port met les raffineries à sec
(La Provence)


23/11/2001China-Japan trade discussions fail once again
(The Japan Times Online)


23/11/2001HHI's valuation loss put at W84 bil. in fourth quarter
(The Korea Herald)


23/11/2001Opec focus returns to Russia
(BBC News)


23/11/2001BRIEFS


25/11/2001Sabena to pursue Swissair for damages claim
(Financial Times)


26/11/2001British transport 'worst in Europe'
(BBC News)


26/11/2001Ukrainian Shipbuilding Industry on the Rise
(SeaNews)


26/11/2001Kværner avoids collapse, again
(Aftenposten Interaktiv)


26/11/2001BRIEFS


27/11/2001Dubai Drydocks completes repair on largest ship
(Khaleej Times)


27/11/2001"Iran-Moein" Joins CSSC Fleet
(Tehran Times)


27/11/2001Shipbuilders have the capability to compete internationally
(Business Times - Malaysia)


27/11/2001Airtours axes jobs
(BBC News)


27/11/2001Economists Make It Official: U.S. Is in Recession
(The New York Times)


27/11/2001BRIEFS


27/11/2001Railtrack team denies Byers' black hole claim
(telegraph.co.uk)


27/11/2001Customs Wants to Foster Secure Cargo
(Newsday.com)


28/11/20011,700 jobs axed as BAE quits the regional aircraft industry
(Independent)


28/11/2001SAS buys Braathens
(Aftenposten Interaktiv)


28/11/2001Lloyd's terror losses soar
(The Times)


28/11/2001US air travel 'will not recover until 2004'
(BBC News)


28/11/2001New shipping consortium eyes 35-vessel fleet
(Hong Kong iMail)


28/11/2001BRIEFS


28/11/2001September 11 impact on air traffic less than Gulf War
(Financial Times)


29/11/2001Mombasa Port Cargo Traffic Rises by 51pc
(The East African)


29/11/2001Enron near collapse as Dynegy quits
(The Times)


29/11/2001Business Travel Slump Still Hurts Airlines
(Los Angeles Times)


29/11/2001GL executive upbeat about future of shipbuilding
(South China Morning Post)


29/11/2001Full steam ahead for shipyards
(Shipping Times)


29/11/2001Japanese output at 13-year low
(BBC News)


29/11/2001BRIEFS


29/11/2001Odessa Expands Capacities
(SeaNews)


29/11/2001Operations of Finnish shipbuilders unaffected by Kvaerner's merger with Aker
(Helsingin Sanomat)


30/11/2001Syrian Transport Ministry sets new objectives
(The Daily Star On line)


30/11/2001Japanese carriers log sharp fall in passengers
(The Japan Times Online)


30/11/2001BRIEFS



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