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01/02/2002Austal secures $80m Marines contract
(The Sydney Morning Herald)

01/02/2002IMF turns down Liberian plea on shipping registry
(Shipping Times)


04/02/2002Piracy terror attack warning
(BBC News)

04/02/2002Railtrack had bills of £1.8bn
(The Times)

04/02/2002Tacoma tops Seattle in container shipping
(The News Tribune)


04/02/2002Shanghai nibbling away at SAR traditional roles within region
(South China Morning Post)

04/02/2002Shipping firms stick to illegal port fees

05/02/2002Penang Port sees 10% rise in revenue
(The Star Online)

05/02/2002Kickback victim set to strike back
(Bangkok Post)


05/02/2002Turbojet eyes new markets
(Hong Kong iMail)

06/02/2002Greece gives airline bidders more time
(The Age)

06/02/2002Les terminaux à conteneurs se multiplient sur le Rhin
(La Tribune)

06/02/2002Airline mergers get green light
(China Daily)


06/02/2002Proposed surcharge is inequitable, forum says
(Business Day)

06/02/2002Shift in Sound bragging rights over shipping business
(The Seattle Times)

07/02/2002Finisterre is lost overboard in forecast change
(The Times)

07/02/2002Local ports expect growth despite cloudy world economy
(Business Times - Malaysia)


07/02/2002Oman plans $200 mln Salalah port expansion

08/02/2002Bangkok Port sets out to be full service provider
(Bangkok Post)

08/02/2002PSA still trying to convince Evergreen from shifting to PTP
(Business Times - Malaysia)


11/02/2002Bordeaux inaugure sa nouvelle plate-forme de fret
(La Tribune)

11/02/2002Privatisation Commission puts Karachi Shipyard on sell-off list
(Business Recorder)

11/02/2002Ferry companies taken by surprise by drastic raise of Estonian pilotage dues
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)


11/02/2002National Transport Cargo Turnover 2001

11/02/2002Deteriorating tax conditions in Norway
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

12/02/2002Sauvetage périlleux pour la Sobelair
(Le Soir)

12/02/2002Cross-strait trade jumps to hit $252b
(Hong Kong iMail)


12/02/2002No Israeli ship uses Suez Canal since November 2000

13/02/2002La pêche professionnelle en Méditerranée mise à rude épreuve
(La Provence)

13/02/2002Cruise control
(The Economic Times)

13/02/2002SAS flies through clouds of red ink
(Dagens industri)

13/02/2002U.S. to hire up to 5,000 officers to patrol airports

13/02/2002Port surcharge will compromise international reputation Sacob
(Business Day)


13/02/2002No promises on net wages
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

14/02/2002EDC chief gets cool response to barges at Quonset-Davisville
(The Providence Journal)

14/02/2002China posts 25% growth in foreign trade in January
(China Daily)

14/02/2002Two new ports to be built in Philippines
(Shipping Times)


14/02/2002Connex va exploiter quatre nouvelles lignes ferroviaires en Allemagne
(Les Echos)

14/02/2002NMA may adjust tariffs, charges

14/02/2002Port's business damaged by global downturn
(The Post and Courier)

14/02/2002Ports, shippers in surcharge row


18/02/2002Supreme Court to decide trucking group's fate

18/02/2002More consolidation seen among shipping lines
(Business Times - Malaysia)

18/02/2002Project for Black Sea Port in a Dead Alley
(Capital Weekly)


18/02/2002Hyundai opening auto terminal at Amports facility in Baltimore
(World Wide Shipper)

19/02/2002Cruise Jobs: Ministry Still Awaiting 'Details'
(The East African)

19/02/2002Air traffic firm 'denies cash crisis'
(BBC News)

19/02/2002China ready to pay for river clearing
(Bangkok Post)


19/02/2002Last regular shipper weighs anchor in BR
(The Advocate Online)

19/02/2002Final Olympic effort

19/02/2002Shipping Industry Players Must Study Trends And Changes

20/02/2002Transhipment drives port trade growth

20/02/2002Passengers pay for SAS' sky-high costs
(Aftenposten Interaktiv)


20/02/2002Port of Houston Deepening Project Hits Legal Snag

20/02/2002Greenpeace demands "good scrapping conduct" statement from shipowners
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

20/02/2002Izar pide una política europea defensiva contra Corea
(El Mundo)

21/02/2002Les armateurs fluviaux dénoncent l'indisponibilité des infrastructures
(Les Echos)

21/02/2002Seamen's strike to cost SCI dear
(The Financial Express)

21/02/2002Leading global & Indian players in race for SCI stake
(Exim India)


21/02/2002Dung Quat Port berths first vessel
(Vietnam Economy)

22/02/2002Record half-year profit for port of Tauranga
(The New Zealand Herald)

22/02/2002US trade gap shrinks for first time in six years
(The Guardian)


25/02/2002Constanta Harbor project
(International Transport Journal)

25/02/2002Swedish MP: Swedish authorities put lid on legal scandal concerning "Estonia"
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

25/02/2002US buying boosts Japanese trade
(BBC News)


25/02/2002La fin du monopole des Abeilles au Havre
(La Tribune)

25/02/2002Cruise bookings on the upswing
(Fairbanks Daily News-Miner)

26/02/2002Mombasa Cruise Services to be Privatised
(The East African)

26/02/2002UBS Warburg changes course over Evergreen marine
(Taipei Times)


27/02/2002Korean rail strike ends
(BBC News)

27/02/2002Shipping analyst: lines to experience sluggish first half
(The Star Online)

27/02/2002Ships sail through frozen far eastern sea to make case for oil exports
(Business Recorder)


28/02/2002Le département réitère son soutien au port
(La Provence)

28/02/2002Singapore admits worst ever recession
(BBC News)

28/02/2002Greenspan Says Rebound Has Begun
(The Washington Post)

28/02/2002INSA seeks separate Coastal Shipping Act
(Exim India)


28/02/2002Bouches-du-Rhône - L'espagnol Boluda s'intéresse à la Compagnie Marseillaise de Réparation
(La Tribune)

28/02/2002China to apply unified certification system
(China Daily)

28/02/2002P&O may resubmit merger plan
(Financial Times)

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