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02/01/2002KPA Unveils Ambitious Safety and Environmental Policy
(The East African)

02/01/2002Dalian Port becomes 7th largest in China
(China Daily)

02/01/2002Maritime sector fall boxed in
(South China Morning Post)


02/01/2002Røkke controls 91 percent of Aker Maritime
(Aftenposten Interaktiv)

02/01/20022001 Trade Ends with US$9.5 Bil. Surplus
(The Digital Chosun)

03/01/2002Airlines face steep climb to recovery
(South China Morning Post)


03/01/2002China sees increase in customs revenue
(China Daily)

03/01/2002Netherlands abandons rail competition
(Financial Times)

04/01/2002Creditors Grant W500 Bil. to Hyundai Merchant
(The Digital Chosun)

04/01/2002Port of Montreal's head sees signs that current economic recession is ending
(National Post Online)


07/01/2002Where Sea Meets Shore, Scenarios for Terrorists
(The Washington Post)

07/01/2002Shipbuilders eager to boost competitiveness
(The Korea Herald)

07/01/2002Road to mergers stalled by airlines' objection
(South China Morning Post)

07/01/2002Arab transport officials to discuss establishing Arab shipping line
(The Jordan Times)


07/01/2002Israel seizes terror weapons ship
(Marine Log)

07/01/2002STCW Feb 1 deadline nears
(The Star Online)

08/01/2002Ties That Bind
(Far Eastern Economic Review)

08/01/2002Recession a blessing in disguise for local ports
(Business Times - Malaysia)


09/01/2002Russian port Vanino turns into a large economic and industrial center on Pacific coast

09/01/2002More tankers scrapped than built last year

09/01/2002Nodal agency status for SCI in crude transport hangs fire
(The Financial Express)


09/01/2002Shipping lines unite behind implementation of terminal handling charge
(South China Morning Post)

09/01/2002Chinese shipper to start direct Far East service to Boston in March

10/01/2002Iran and India to Finalize Gas Pipeline Study by June: Pakistani Minister
(Tehran Times)

10/01/2002Port of Beirut hits low water
(The Daily Star On line)

10/01/2002An Evergreen tug-of-war between PTP and PSA
(Business Times - Malaysia)


10/01/2002Government sale of Zim remains in stormy waters

10/01/2002N.S. premier wants shipbuilding excluded from any free-trade deal with Europe

11/01/2002Small aircraft, big market
(China Daily)

11/01/2002Rough sailing for container freight
(Hong Kong iMail)


13/01/2002Japan and Singapore sign free trade pact, removing tariffs on most goods
(Vancouver Sun)

14/01/2002Kazakh sea port ups cargo shipment by over 30 per cent in 2001
(The Halmaty Herald)

14/01/2002EPA urged to seek compensation for Amorgos oil spill
(Taipei Times)

14/01/2002BA moves near to pact with KLM
(The Times)

14/01/2002Rail masterplan unveiled
(BBC News)


14/01/2002Malawi Cargo Shrinks as Dar Loses Out to SA
(The East African)

14/01/2002Les administrateurs de la nouvelle compagnie restent muets

15/01/2002Ce midi, la DAT sera fixée sur son sort
(Le Soir)

15/01/2002MISC eyes Bintulu Port's stake to strengthen position
(Business Times - Malaysia)

15/01/2002Koizumi outlines vision of Japan-ASEAN future
(The Japan Times Online)


16/01/2002Ling: Priority for shipping and trade lies in EAGA region
(The Star Online)

16/01/2002Arab transport officials to discuss establishing shipping line
(Exim India)

16/01/2002Fujairah port cargo throughput up 20pc
(Gulf News)


16/01/2002Tough year in prospect

17/01/2002Fathoming PNOC Shipping
(Business World)

17/01/2002Durban shipping lines slap on tax
(Business Day)

17/01/2002Port in deep trouble
(The Age)

17/01/2002Major oil find in North Sea
(BBC News)


17/01/2002First Wave set to emerge from bankruptcy
(Marine Log)

18/01/2002Kasyanov postpones rise in tariffs for railroad cargo services


21/01/2002Shipping lines predict huge losses unless rates rise
(Hong Kong iMail)


21/01/2002Les dockers dénoncent l'immobilisme patronal
(Les Echos)

21/01/2002France to import Egyptian gas
(BBC News)

22/01/2002Demand slump hits shipping sector
(The Straits Times)

22/01/2002Kvaerner to write down $48m due to accounting error
(The Straits Times)

22/01/2002Merger between PTP, Johor Port may happen soon
(Business Times - Malaysia)


22/01/2002Princess investors fret over veto
(Evening Standard)

23/01/2002Freight giant to seek SAR listing
(South China Morning Post)

23/01/2002Indian shipping majors registering vessels in other countries
(Exim India)

23/01/2002Penang Port hopes to be listed on main board by June
(The Star Online)


23/01/2002Maersk feeder ship to call at Port Sultan Qaboos
(Times of Oman)

23/01/2002Maritime legacy of city to be recognised
(The Scotsman)

23/01/2002New cranes on the way for port authority

23/01/2002Port of Tacoma celebrating completion of Maersk pier extension
(World Wide Shipper)

24/01/2002Japan suffers export slump
(BBC News)


25/01/2002OOCL given more time on $624m call
(Hong Kong iMail)

25/01/2002Port Fee Discrimination Halted


28/01/2002West Port in the race
(The Star Online)

28/01/2002Restructuring plan under way - CAAC
(China Daily)


28/01/2002Spain-Tir compra del 60 por ciento de Trusemar
(El Mundo)

28/01/2002El Puerto de Valencia colabora en la construcción de una zona logística en China
(Las Provincias)

28/01/2002Explosive tanker sails wrong way up Channel
(Contra Costa Times)

28/01/2002India Invites M'sian Companies To Bid For Port Privatisation Projects

29/01/2002Iran's Largest Gas Platform Being Built in Bandar Abbas
(Tehran Times)


29/01/2002Goods handled at Aqaba port on the rise - official
(The Jordan Times)

29/01/2002Airline facing FAA fine
(The Dallas Morning News)

30/01/2002La réparation navale coûte cher au port
(La Provence)

30/01/2002Operating revenue rises 22pc at CSD
(South China Morning Post)


30/01/2002Customs Controller laments under-utilisation of Ports

30/01/2002Group says plans for shipping on Danube would cause environmental disaster
(The Boston Globe)

30/01/2002Maputo port to gainfrom Spoornet deal
(Business Day)

30/01/2002Samy discusses port project with Indian minister
(The Star Online)

30/01/2002Honda resumes shipping to port

30/01/2002Busy Nagoya port surpasses Tokyo and Yokohama
(The Japan Times Online)


31/01/2002Airlines Report Recovery Following Terrorist Attack Slump
(The Digital Chosun)

31/01/2002Port city to double handling capacity
(China Daily)

31/01/2002EU ruling clouds 'open skies'
(BBC News)

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