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01/09/2002Port of Montreal a ripe target for terrorists
(The Washington Times)

02/09/2002Privatization of Shipbuilding and Design Companies

02/09/2002EU scores in US trade battle
(BBC News)


02/09/2002Passenger ferry continues journey after blaze
(The Daily Record)

02/09/2002New airline off to flying start
(Aftenposten Interaktiv)

02/09/2002Trade war threat rejected
(BBC News)

02/09/2002Third largest trucking company shuts down

03/09/2002Search halted for ship accident victims
(The Jakarta Post)


03/09/2002Record-breaking summer for Helsinki archipelago cruises
(Helsingin Sanomat)

03/09/2002China Had Superhuge Oil Tanker Launched
(People's Daily)

03/09/2002Biggest dry dock in Ho Chi Minh City
(Vietnam Economy)

03/09/2002Port workers staying on job: Union vows to work unless locked out
(The Seattle Times)

04/09/2002Fees would hit cruise lines, ocean cargo

04/09/2002Opec president hopes for stable oil prices
(The Times of India)


04/09/2002China's first train ferry
(International Transport Journal)

04/09/2002West Coast port talks may resume

05/09/2002Tanker Owner to Pay $221M For Oil Spill

05/09/2002Traffic via Russia's Far East to Increase


05/09/2002La grève à Air France risque d'être fortement suivie
(Les Echos)

05/09/2002Shipping safety record improving
(Cyprus Mail)

05/09/2002MISC to offer VSS package to non-executive staff
(The Star Online)

06/09/2002Pas de baptême pour le "Danielle-Casanova"
(La Provence)


08/09/2002Cruise liner crews slave below decks
(The Observer)

09/09/2002Hong Kong shipping practices attacked
(Cargonews Asia)

09/09/2002PTP shrugs off PSA-Evergreen pact
(The Star Online)

09/09/2002Cosco deal runs into opposition
(Bangkok Post)


09/09/2002FMM: Ports should justify rate hikes
(The Star Online)

10/09/2002President Opens Tema Container Terminal
(Accra Mail Online)

10/09/2002If Longshoremen Strike, Which Businesses Will Suffer?
(The New York Times)


10/09/2002Port, rail and cargo security measures languish in Congress
(The Boston Globe)

10/09/2002War drums stoke up petrol prices
(BBC News)

11/09/2002Rayong port new headache for planners
(Bangkok Post)

11/09/2002Panel suggests split of ports and rails


11/09/2002Container Ship Is Held Offshore After Search Discovers Radiation
(The New York Times)

12/09/2002Shanghai port invests in inland cargo center
(China Daily)


12/09/2002Nuke Experts Inspect Ship Off New Jersey Coast

12/09/2002Dockworkers, shippers to return to table today
(San Francisco Chronicle)


15/09/2002Port Labor Talks Hinge on Technology

16/09/2002Two cruise-ship berths set for Terminal 30
(The Seattle Times)

16/09/2002Decline in Russia's foreign trade volume reported

16/09/2002Shipping - Tehran Times Economic Desk
(Tehran Times)

16/09/2002Cochin committee wants Vallarpadam project expedited
(Exim India)

16/09/2002Ship fire contained
(The Australian)


16/09/2002Shipping companies buck the trend
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

16/09/2002Tide turns for Chunnel rail firm
(BBC News)

16/09/2002Frantic bid to prevent St Lucia disaster
(Daily Dispatch)

16/09/2002Fire Re-Emerges on Ship off U.K.
(Las Vegas SUN)

17/09/2002Port fees may get fed hike
(Baltimore Business Journal)


17/09/2002Négociations en cours entre KLM et Air France
(Les Echos)

17/09/2002RoRo Korea to Get US$900 Mil. Loan
(The Digital Chosun)

18/09/2002Hyundai Merchant Sacks Nine Executives
(The Digital Chosun)

18/09/2002Radioactive cargo back at Sellafield
(The Guardian)


18/09/2002Odessa Launched Deepest Berth

18/09/2002No Swedish support to ferry line
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

19/09/2002AFTA offers great opportunity to shipping business
(The Jakarta Post)

19/09/2002Opec maintains status quo
(BBC News)


19/09/2002Ports workers intensify opposition to ports privatisation

19/09/2002Dockworkers avert port lockout

20/09/2002Shipbuilding subsidy policy may cover private yards too
(Exim India)

20/09/2002Cargo handled at Busan Port on sharp upswing
(The Korea Herald)


23/09/2002Railtrack suggests bigger pay out
(BBC News)

23/09/2002Les manutentionnaires portuaires prêts à embaucher les grutiers
(Les Echos)

23/09/20024 SCI bidders complete third due diligence
(Exim India)


23/09/2002Container volumes to rise
(The Star Online)

24/09/2002Czech Republic and Taiwan in aviation component accord
(Taipei Times)

24/09/2002Ships storing spent nuke fuel pose greater danger than mothballed subs
(Vladivostok News)


24/09/2002Port industrial row could cost region

24/09/2002ICS criticise shipyards
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

25/09/2002US airlines fear collapse without more help

25/09/2002PTP: No plan to work with S'pore port
(Business Times - Malaysia)

25/09/2002No. of cruise passengers down 7.3%
(Japan Today)


25/09/2002War with Iraq would cripple carriers, American Airlines CEO says

26/09/2002Southern ports busy hosting commercial shipping
(The Daily Star On line)

26/09/2002MISC seeks opportunities to boost its earnings
(The Star Online)

26/09/2002S'pore transport moves heat up regional rivalry
(The Edge Daily)


27/09/2002Les transports sont une priorité gouvernementale
(La Provence)

27/09/2002End in sight for Railtrack
(BBC News)


29/09/2002Growing Anger and Despair As Hundreds Lost In Senegal Ferry Disaster

30/09/2002End of an era for ferry link
(BBC News)

30/09/2002KDB suspected of offering dubious loans to Hyundai Merchant Marine
(The Korea Herald)


30/09/2002Taiwan says won't label China links as "domestic"
(Cargonews Asia)

30/09/2002Merger of BUE and Viking
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

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