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20 November 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 21:22 GMT+1





04/11/2002ATI obtains US$11.7 million loan for South Harbour upgrade
(Cargonews Asia)


04/11/2002Three die in accident at Dry Docks
(Khaleej Times)


04/11/2002Ferry sinks in central Indonesia, at least five die
(The Star Online)


04/11/2002BRIEFS


04/11/2002Dar's Cargo to Great Lakes Drops by 50 pc
(The East African)


05/11/2002Port gets facelift for ferry service
(Daily News)


05/11/2002SLPA breaks new ground with TSAs
(Daily Mirror)


05/11/2002Hi-tech deals turn transport wheels
(The Australian)


05/11/2002BRIEFS


05/11/2002Cyprus in shipping tangle over New England shipping collision
(Cyprus Mail)


05/11/2002North-South international transport link will permit to solve the problem of cargo turn-over growing between Asian and European countries
(Russian Transport News)


06/11/2002Harbour backlogs too costly, says Radebe
(Business Day)


06/11/2002BRIEFS


06/11/2002Transpacific carriers stick with plan to boost rates across the board
(World Wide Shipper)


07/11/2002Completed of the 8th Pier of the Ulsan Port
(Maritime Press)


07/11/2002HK ports target western Shenzhen
(China Daily)


07/11/2002BRIEFS


07/11/2002Maersk seeks clarification on MSP eligibility
(Marine Log)


07/11/2002El Puerto de Valencia quiere liderar el tráfico mediterráneo
(ExpansiónDIRECTO)


08/11/2002Pirates attack 3 ships off Indonesian islands
(Shipping Times)


08/11/2002BRIEFS


11/11/2002U.S. keeps wary eye on cruise ships for more pollution
(USA TODAY)


11/11/2002SNCB : l'Etat appelé à la rescousse
(Le Soir)


11/11/2002Fujian leaders press for direct links
(Taipei Times)


11/11/2002BRIEFS


11/11/2002163 passengers, 18 crew members get sick on cruise ship
(The Miami Herald)


11/11/2002Union backlash postpones sell-off
(Bangkok Post)


12/11/2002Ships Collide in Channel
(The Scotsman)


12/11/2002Cruise operators eye Shanghai
(China Daily)


12/11/2002Arms smuggled thru Ctg port
(The Daily Star)


12/11/2002Hyundai Logistics to invest $1 mil. in China
(The Korea Herald)


12/11/2002BRIEFS


12/11/2002Ports backlog finally clearing out
(modbee.com)


13/11/2002Air shipping in greater demand
(Press-Telegram)


13/11/2002More vessels call at Sultan Qaboos Port
(Times of Oman)


13/11/2002Virus reported on 10 cruises since May
(Sun-Sentinel.com)


13/11/2002Hyundai Heavy to invest W80 bil. in Samho Heavy
(The Korea Herald)


13/11/2002Modest growth in Kwai Chung container throughput
(The Standard)


13/11/2002BRIEFS


13/11/2002U.S. sees terrorism threat against country's oil ports
(The Washington Times)


14/11/2002Puerto de Antofagasta inició segunda etapa del proceso de licitación de frente de atraque
(El Diario)


14/11/2002SCI sell-off process stalled again
(Exim India)


14/11/2002HK air passenger traffic shows strong recovery
(China Daily)


14/11/2002BRIEFS


14/11/2002Ports need federal money to improve security, compete with U.S.: spokesman
(Canoe)


14/11/2002U.S. focuses on al Qaeda threat to oil shipping
(CNN)


15/11/2002Shanghai port may overtake Kaohsiung soon
(The Straits Times)


15/11/2002BRIEFS


18/11/2002Vietnam cuts port fees
(Vietnam Economy)


18/11/2002Guangzhou Port Set to Handle 150 Million Tons of Goods This Year
(People's Daily)


18/11/2002Color Line buys Fjord Line
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)


18/11/2002Vinashin on local parts tack
(VOV News - Radio the Voice of Vietnam)


18/11/2002BRIEFS


18/11/2002Three present Bolivar port offers
(Business News Americas)


18/11/2002Polish Steamship Company order newbuildings in the Far East
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)


19/11/2002Manzhouli -- China's Top Inland Port of Entry
(People's Daily)


19/11/2002Hanjin to Break Up Into 4 Sub-Groups
(The Korea Times)


19/11/2002BRIEFS


20/11/2002China Airlines sees RM130m revenue from cargo division
(The Star Online)


20/11/2002Jordan's port expects record revenue
(Business Day)


20/11/2002Major Ports allowed to lease out surplus land
(Exim India)


20/11/2002BRIEFS


20/11/2002Trade groups warn of dire consequences if port dispute continues
(San Francisco Chronicle)


21/11/2002Beirut Port in line for Chinese cranes
(The Daily Star On line)


21/11/2002Boeing to cut 5,000 more jobs
(BBC News)


21/11/2002BRIEFS


21/11/2002Global trade keeps 7,000 ships afloat
(The Times)


21/11/2002Bankruptcy for Botnia Link
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)


22/11/2002Ports' security costs to soar
(The New Zealand Herald)


22/11/2002International shipping lines see Aqaba as transshipment centre
(The Jordan Times)


22/11/2002Galicia no tiene plan contra mareas negras
(El Periódico)


22/11/2002BRIEFS


25/11/2002Shanghai port body to lose out after shake-up
(The Standard)


25/11/2002Qantas take major stake in Air NZ
(The Sydney Morning Herald)


25/11/2002La CE propone crear un fondo para paliar las mareas negras
(5Días)


25/11/2002Oil Tanker Collision Produces Spill in Bohai Sea
(People's Daily)


25/11/2002BRIEFS


25/11/2002Amputated and weak shipping package
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)


25/11/2002Le mouvement des routiers tourne court
(Les Echos)


26/11/2002Airlines still have doubts over airport
(Bangkok Post)


26/11/2002Catástrofe ecológica en el litoral gallego
(La Vanguardia Digital)


26/11/2002BRIEFS


26/11/2002Fosen sacks one third of workforce
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)


26/11/2002La France et L'Espagne renforcent les contrôles maritimes dès mercredi
(Les Echos)


27/11/2002Coastal steamers sail to new record
(Aftenposten Interaktiv)


27/11/2002Palestinian port personnel to undergo training at Aqaba
(The Jordan Times)


27/11/2002Galicia acoge otro petrolero obsoleto
(La Vanguardia Digital)


27/11/2002Sunk Oil Tanker Was Being Towed to Africa!
(The East African)


27/11/2002BRIEFS


28/11/2002Billions needed to improve port
(Daily Nation on the Web)


28/11/2002Francia: el "Prestige" aún pierde fuel
(La Vanguardia Digital)


28/11/2002BRIEFS


29/11/2002Ports struggle with security
(ONE News NZOOM)


29/11/2002Portugal e Italia secundan el acuerdo para la protección de las costas
(ExpansiónDIRECTO)


29/11/2002BRIEFS



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