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01/08/2002Regional airlines sold
(The Australian)


01/08/2002Private Stevedoring Companies Absorb Port Casuals
(Accra Mail Online)

01/08/2002Arab Mashreq-Maghreb maritime line on quick path to implementation

02/08/2002Railway Jam Halts Crude to Black Sea

02/08/2002Ministry to strengthen security at ports
(Japan Today)


05/08/2002Airlines Cut Back Sept. 11 U.S. Flights

05/08/2002Officials welcome Port of Beirut bid for Chinese cranes
(The Daily Star On line)

05/08/2002Korea-EU shipbuilding talks slated for end of this month
(The Korea Herald)


05/08/2002Tariff reform to lose ports R900m a year
(Business Day)

06/08/2002Shipping company to appeal crew decision
(ABC Online)


06/08/2002Bush administration prepared to block West Coast port slowdown or strike

07/08/2002Warning against rationalisation plan for ship building industry
(ABC Online)


07/08/2002Senate Committee gives conditions for privatisation of nation's ports

07/08/2002Beirut's port authority opts for Chinese cranes
(The Daily Star On line)


08/08/2002Malaysia starts vetting US-bound containers
(Business Times - Malaysia)


12/08/2002Asian airlines leading industry's climb out of slump
(Shipping Times)


12/08/2002Maersk candidate for Polish container terminal
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

12/08/2002East ports eye talks in West
(The Boston Globe)

13/08/2002Despite possibility of new contracts, strike threat grows at Szczecin Shipyard
(Warsaw Business Journal)

13/08/2002PSA must meet customer needs to stay ahead, says new chief
(The Straits Times)


13/08/2002Interests line up to buy Navion
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

14/08/2002Conrad to acquire Swiftships
(Marine Log)

14/08/2002Port Authority sees fewer tourists, more cargo
(The Jordan Times)



19/08/2002No new container port
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)


20/08/2002St. Pete Struggles to Open Up Waterway

20/08/2002Shippers lock horns with traders on cargo fees
(The Korea Herald)


21/08/2002Major carriers bank on restoration revamp
(The Star Online)


21/08/2002Ports Need To Add 30 Pct Capacity To Handle More TEUs

22/08/2002PSA, Evergreen discuss handling of remaining volumes
(Shipping Times)


22/08/2002Tacoma: New facility at port will ship containers of soy to Japan
(The News Tribune)

22/08/2002Has money for wages
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

22/08/2002Russia plans to export 20-30 million tonnes of oil to China each year


26/08/2002State urged to back cruise centre quest
(Bangkok Post)

26/08/2002Freighters will pay $5 million
(Anchorage Daily News)

26/08/2002Ottawa to study ports' vulnerability to terrorists
(National Post Online)


26/08/2002Chen repeats call for direct links
(China Post)

27/08/2002Evergreen begins shift to Tanjung Pelepas
(Business Times - Malaysia)

27/08/2002HK exports hit 17-mth high on mainland trade
(China Daily)


27/08/2002La digue monumentale ancrée à Monaco

27/08/2002Quatre marins sont portés disparus après le naufrage du chalutier "Le Cistude", au large de l'île de Sein
(Le Monde)

27/08/2002New high-speed rail line in Portugal
(International Transport Journal)

28/08/2002PIA to purchase eight Boeing 777 family aircraft

28/08/2002Cambodia retakes control of ship registry
(Bangkok Post)

28/08/2002Indian Adani Group to build multipurpose import terminal
(Business Recorder)


28/08/2002Transpacific carriers extending peak season charge on 40-foot boxes
(World Wide Shipper)

28/08/2002West Coast dock talks resume after hiatus

28/08/2002Tema Container Terminal
(Accra Mail Online)

29/08/2002Russia Puts Abrupt Stop to Visa-Free Finnish Cruises


29/08/2002Privatization in Water Transport Sector in 2003

29/08/2002Feds urged to stay out of port talks

29/08/2002Opec set to lift oil output
(BBC News)

29/08/2002Israel delivers arms to 'axis of evil'


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