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01/04/2003Ships on the alert for pirates
(Malay Mail)

01/04/2003Taiwan temporarily bans ships sailing between an outlying island and China
(The Star Online)


01/04/2003China to drive Asian exports
(China Daily)

02/04/2003It's business as usual at two Kuwaiti ports
(Gulf News)


02/04/2003MHI Suffers Another Fire

03/04/2003Flight quarantined over SARS scare
(The Japan Times Online)

03/04/2003Singapore tightens screening at seaports
(The Straits Times)


04/04/2003Maritime insurance falls victim to Iraq war
(The Daily Star On line)

04/04/2003Congress approves airline aid
(BBC News)


07/04/2003War in Iraq Drives TransSiberean Traffic Up

07/04/2003Shipping agents boycott

07/04/2003Gulf Air to add 60 aircraft
(Gulf News)

07/04/2003Post-War Iraq Could Force OPEC's Collapse: Analysts
(Tehran Times)


07/04/2003Ships dump sludge at sea, then falsify records

08/04/2003DPA container throughput up 24pc
(Khaleej Times)

08/04/2003Cochin Port earns Rs 14.08 cr. profit in 2002-03
(Exim India)


08/04/2003Bergesen out of Norway within two years
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

09/04/2003Transport sector reports losses since onset of hostilities
(The Jordan Times)

09/04/2003Crisis over withdrawal of waiver for foreign ships
(The Independent)

09/04/2003Mumbai Port exceeds traffic target, posts Rs 1.5-cr. operating surplus in 2002-03
(Exim India)


10/04/2003Quarantine increased at Australian ports
(ABC Online)

10/04/2003Local ports expected to enjoy continuous throughput growth
(Business Times - Malaysia)

10/04/2003Concorde to fly off into the sunset
(The Times)


10/04/2003Chemical carrier case could drag on
(Marine Log)

10/04/2003Roekke rakes in new financing
(Aftenposten Interaktiv)

11/04/2003Maritime Safety Authority to oversee port and ship security

11/04/2003Exports to Asia help account surplus grow
(The Japan Times Online)

11/04/2003Ship groups seek help for crew medical checks
(Shipping Times)

11/04/2003Qantas-Air NZ alliance knocked down
(The Star Online)

11/04/2003Shipping Corp, A-I, IA Selloff: CCD Meet On April 15
(The Financial Express)


13/04/2003Chennai Port To Hit 5 L TEU Container Target Before Time
(The Financial Express)

14/04/2003Demand for higher hull premiums
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

14/04/2003Vallarpadam Container Terminal - Date for submission of price bids extended to July 15
(Exim India)

14/04/2003Hong Kong airline dives on Sars fears
(BBC News)

14/04/2003Throughput of Sea Port of St. Petersburg

14/04/2003Shippers urged to pool cargoes to cut costs
(Sun Star Daily)

14/04/2003Cathay will keep its planes flying
(Taipei Times)


14/04/2003Norway to introduce 12 mile limit
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

14/04/2003$25 million for Title XI
(Marine Log)

14/04/2003Regional Crisis Having No Impact on Goods Handled at Iranian Ports
(Tehran Times)

14/04/2003Baltimore port lands Mercedes contract
(Baltimore Business Journal)

14/04/2003Aeroflot reduces passenger traffic due to SARS

15/04/2003Shipping Giant Sets up Mainland China Office in Shanghai
(People's Daily)


15/04/2003Independents to get preference in Durban terminal concession
(Business Report)

15/04/2003Port of Tallinn Posts Throughput

16/04/2003Kolkata Port Trust handles 5.3 m tonnes more traffic in 2002-03 - ER to revamp rail connectivity to boost KoPT traffic
(Exim India)

16/04/2003Airlines sound mayday call
(The Star Online)

16/04/2003Siberian Airline Takes Control of Armenian Sky

16/04/2003Troubled waters
(Warsaw Business Journal)


16/04/2003Beirut Port set to tender for container station
(The Daily Star On line)

16/04/2003Diversification is all port of the service
(ic Newcastle)

16/04/2003Crude Season Opens on the Volga

16/04/2003RORO Port management set for increase in cargo traffic

16/04/2003Fatigue failure blamed for loss of "Prestige"
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

17/04/2003Port wants to buy riverfront land
(Green Bay Press-Gazette)

17/04/2003New port to bolster Iraqi aid supplies
(Gulf Daily News)

17/04/2003'One 20 ft container per trailer' controversy at NSICT rages on
(Exim India)


17/04/2003Labour must be brought on board in privatisation of ports
(Business Day)

17/04/2003Shanghai to expand rail lines
(China Daily)

17/04/2003SW China border port plays pivotal economic role
(Xinhua News Agency)

18/04/2003Shipping firms gear up for Iraq services
(Gulf News)

18/04/2003South Korean shipbuilders may raise prices
(Shipping Times)

18/04/2003Indian airline sale delayed again
(BBC News)


22/04/2003Cross-Channel ferry hits harbour wall, injuring 18 passengers and 10 crew

22/04/200312 dead in Brazil capsizing

22/04/2003SARS alert sounded at Kandla port
(The Times of India)

22/04/2003Truckers strike: Import cargo piles up at Mumbai Port
(Exim India)

22/04/2003Bintulu Port urged to lower tanker charges
(The Star Online)

22/04/2003New BD79.95m port work is reviewed
(Gulf Daily News)

22/04/2003South Korean unions halt rail sell-off
(BBC News)

22/04/2003New York on the horizon: Port booms as cruise ships stay closer to home
(Boston Herald)

22/04/2003Twister horror on Buriganga
(The Daily Star)


22/04/2003Turbulent tanker phase-out good news for Scandinavian shipowners
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

22/04/2003American cruise line bars Toronto residents
(National Post Online)

22/04/2003Singapore offers SARS aid to aviation
(Cargonews Asia)

23/04/2003SARS affects airline seat load factors
(Gulf News)

23/04/2003Ennore Port plans Rs 1000-crore spread; turnover soars 89 pc
(Business Standard)

23/04/2003Industry Grinding To A Halt As Truckers' Strike Continues
(The Financial Express)


23/04/2003Finland can do little to prevent deliberate oil spills at sea
(Helsingin Sanomat)

23/04/2003Firm won't turn over site to Ports Authority

23/04/2003Cruising to new Iraq, Jebel Ali is afloat
(Gulf News)

24/04/2003Seaway pins hopes on better grain year
(The Western Producer)

24/04/2003Opec faces uncertain future
(BBC News)

24/04/2003EOX to buy stake in Thai port operator going for IPO
(The Star Online)

24/04/2003Threatening notes prompt cruise ship diversion

24/04/2003Without privatization, El Al faces inevitable layoffs, official says


27/04/2003Workers start dredging for new cruise ship port in Grenada harbor

27/04/2003Dubai's ports rank 13th in the world
(Gulf News)

28/04/2003Bintulu Port begins work on second basin
(Malay Mail)


28/04/2003Fraud on the rise in shipping industry
(Gulf News)

28/04/2003Brazil, Venezuela plan ambitious oil and gas partnerships
(Oil & Gas Journal)

28/04/2003La huelga de estibadores paraliza la actividad de los puertos valencianos
(Panorama Actual)

29/04/2003Asia economic outlook still world's brightest
(The Star Online)


29/04/2003Maersk Line eligible as MSP operator
(Marine Log)

29/04/2003Threats on Cruise Ship Prompt Federal Investigation

29/04/2003Purchase of 4 cranes for Ctg Port being delayed
(The Independent)

29/04/2003Indiana legislature approves changes at public ports
(Business First)

30/04/2003Qantas down, then up
(The Sydney Morning Herald)

30/04/2003Airline and travel-related stocks lead rally in Asian markets
(The Star Online)


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