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13 November 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 03:17 GMT+1





02/10/2005Corsican ports open as union eases blockade
(International Herald Tribune)


03/10/2005Marks match on freighter, capsized boat
(The Japan Times Online)


03/10/2005BRIEFS


03/10/2005Terror threat cancels port call
(News24)


04/10/2005Zim admits hitting Japanese boat
(The Jerusalem Post)


04/10/2005Korean shipbuilders to increase Chinese steel imports
(The Korea Herald)


04/10/2005BRIEFS


04/10/2005Report: Zim ship didn't notice hitting Japanese boat
(The Jerusalem Post)


05/10/2005BRIEFS


05/10/2005FedEx to increase overnight shipping rates 3.5%
(USA TODAY)


06/10/2005MISC to gain if US turns to LNG
(The Star Online)


06/10/2005Government offers bonuses for transport of goods from Khorramshahr Port
(Tehran Times)


06/10/2005BRIEFS


07/10/2005BRIEFS


10/10/2005El Puerto de Cartagena invertirá US$300 millones
(El Colombiano)


10/10/2005BRIEFS


10/10/2005Four teams vie to build Canada's new supply ships
(The Globe and Mail)


11/10/2005ONGC to replace ageing fleet
(Exim India)


11/10/2005Plans to restart Durban shipbuilding becalmed
(Business Report)


11/10/2005RI's shipping industry too protective: Greek shipowners
(The Jakarta Post)


11/10/2005BRIEFS


11/10/2005Ferry line layoffs spark anger
(Aftenposten Interaktiv)


11/10/2005Canada's new pollution fines deter shipping industry growth
(Vancouver Sun)


12/10/2005Seoul may limit bidders for shipyard
(International Herald Tribune)


12/10/2005Cruise chaos for UK holidaymakers
(The Times)


12/10/2005Cruise your way home
(Bahrain Tribune)


12/10/2005BRIEFS


12/10/2005Shipyard wins ferry firm lifeline
(BBC News)


12/10/2005Govt may open up cruise shipping to FDI
(The Hindu Business Line)


13/10/2005Iran-India consortium to purchase 8 LNG carriers
(Tehran Times)


13/10/2005BRIEFS


13/10/2005Port workers strike against EU-wide liberalisation of port services
(The Malta Independent)


14/10/2005BRIEFS


17/10/2005Public opposes harbour plans: National Trust
(ABC Online)


17/10/2005Luxury cruise operator plans Asian expansion
(The Standard)


17/10/2005No shipping port for Lucea, PM promises hotel instead
(Jamaica Gleaner)


17/10/2005BRIEFS


18/10/2005Ships collide in Gulf of Suez
(Aljazeera.Net)


18/10/2005BRIEFS


18/10/2005DP World awards Dh1.85b container terminal 2 contract
(Gulf News)


19/10/2005BRIEFS


19/10/2005Nación quiere terminar el Puerto de Río Grande
(El Sureño)


20/10/2005BRIEFS


21/10/2005China attempts to standardise logistics industry
(Sched Net)


21/10/2005Crisis talks on ports
(The Australian)


21/10/2005BRIEFS


24/10/2005Government reluctant to interfere in shipping row
(telegraph.co.uk)


24/10/2005BRIEFS


24/10/2005Shipping groups warn of port gridlock
(ABC Online)


25/10/2005BRIEFS


26/10/2005Mekong Delta needs urgent port upgrade
(Vietnam Investment Review)


26/10/2005El ex alcalde Mayoral será propuesto hoy para presidir Puertos de Las Palmas
(LA PROVINCIA Diario de Las Palmas)


26/10/2005BRIEFS


26/10/2005Private group to build Navegantes port
(Business News Americas)


27/10/2005Ports crisis 'a security threat'
(The Australian)


27/10/2005DTCM to launch first-ever cruise service from city
(Khaleej Times)


27/10/2005BRIEFS


27/10/2005Cargo volume at Chinese ports to jump by 15%
(Shanghai Daily)


28/10/2005El acuerdo sobre el gasóleo pone fin a los bloqueos de los puertos
(Europa Sur DIGITAL)


28/10/2005BRIEFS


30/10/2005South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding likely to invest in Duqm port
(Times of Oman)


31/10/2005BRIEFS



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