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01/10/2003JAL and ANA get emergency loans from state bank
(The Star Online)

01/10/2003Anderson admits port security challenge
(The Australian)


01/10/2003Gov't to break port strike via Jordan, Egypt

01/10/2003EU single-hull legislation offers only partial protection
(The Bunker Bulletin)

02/10/2003Gas de Camisea ya tiene exportador a México
(El Comercio Perú)

02/10/2003SembLog takes legal action against PwC India
(The Straits Times)

02/10/2003Amman refuses to let Tel Aviv use its port: Strike paralyses Israeli coast

02/10/2003State shipping assets
(The Budapest Sun Online)


02/10/2003Lukoil-FTS/Hofftrans to develop Rotterdam terminal
(The Bunker Bulletin)

02/10/2003President Bush Signs Homeland Security Appropriations Bill

03/10/2003ExxonMobil set to invest in Yukos

03/10/2003Four 'Toxic' Ships Free to Sail to UK
(The Scotsman)


06/10/2003Closing harbour to shipping 'should enhance security'
(The Sydney Morning Herald)

06/10/2003Union vows fight over Sydney port closure
(ABC Online)

06/10/2003Rally ahead of ruling on HK harbour reclamation
(New Straits Times)


06/10/2003Hacker 'attacked port in revenge bid'

07/10/2003AirAsia may set up Thai hub
(The Star Online)

07/10/2003With port talks stalled, Sharon weighs back-to-work orders

07/10/2003Iran to Build Middle East's Largest Passenger Terminal in Tehran
(Tehran Times)

07/10/2003Asia's view on maritime not taken heed
(The Star Online)

07/10/2003British Airways shows interest in Spain's Iberia
(The Straits Times)

07/10/2003Evergreen plans NT$200 billion investment program
(Taipei Times)


08/10/2003Mumbai Port handles 6 pc more cargo during April-Sept.
(Exim India)

08/10/2003Port throughput set to grow 4pc
(The Standard)

08/10/2003'Shenzhen in 5 years to outcontainer HK'
(China Daily)

08/10/2003Port of Beirut makes final preparations for operating tender
(The Daily Star On line)


08/10/2003La Ley de Puertos entra en su recta final en el Senado
(Europa Sur DIGITAL)

09/10/2003Shipowners under fire for Liberian flags
(Aftenposten Interaktiv)

09/10/2003MoS urges Finance Ministry to include dredging firms in tonnage tax ambit
(Exim India)

09/10/2003Dockers plan sit-in over port move
(The Sydney Morning Herald)

09/10/2003Temporary detour will not affect Aqaba Port
(The Jordan Times)


09/10/2003En operaciones Puerto Quellón, primer puerto privado de Chiloé
(Chile Portuario)

10/10/2003Labor court orders port laborers to return to work

10/10/2003Container Cranes Boost Port Capacity
(The St. Petersburg Times)

10/10/2003Beijing nod for next phase of all-weather port
(The Standard)


10/10/2003India to boost cruise tourism
(Business Standard)

13/10/2003Death of giant tanker brings jobs and risks
(The New Zealand Herald)

13/10/2003Cochin hub port plan to be delayed
(Business Standard)

13/10/2003Container traffic in Hong Kong contracts in September
(Sched Net)

13/10/2003Upcoming report reveals huge port pay stubs in detail

13/10/2003Tasman Spirit crew released, not allowed to leave Pakistan
(Daily Times)


13/10/2003Ports Authority to pay compensation for strike damage
(Globes - Israel's Business Arena)

14/10/2003Winds sink two ships, 44 feared lost in Bohai Straits
(People's Daily)

14/10/2003Shenzhen throughput closing in on Hong Kong's
(Sched Net)


14/10/2003Russian sea-going ships may be extinct within 14 years

14/10/2003Odessa Port: Results of 9 Months

14/10/2003Revised rules for ship-dismantling
(The Times of India)

15/10/2003China demand boosts coffers of shipowners
(The Standard)


15/10/2003Aeroflot Gives Sheremetyevo-3 Wings

16/10/2003San Antonio port to kick off container terminal tender
(Business News Americas)


16/10/2003Full throttle to disaster
(New York Post)

17/10/2003IAI privatization move sprouts wings

17/10/2003Shipping stocks ride news wave
(The Straits Times)

17/10/2003PNSC to buy two more oil tankers
(Daily Times)


19/10/2003Bulgaria's Shipyard Launches 1st New Ship in Years

20/10/2003Shanghai shipyard has no equal
(People's Daily)

20/10/2003Deadlock looms over shipyards talks

20/10/2003Youth cleared of crashing American port's computer
(The Guardian)


21/10/2003Supreme Court issues safety norms for ship-breakers
(Exim India)


21/10/200350.000 barcos con carga peligrosa pasaron frente a Galicia desde 1998

22/10/2003Judgment on ships' arrest reserved

22/10/2003Wanted container port or broad gauge line for Dahej
(The Times of India)


22/10/2003Ferry Captain Issued Subpoena

22/10/2003Ibicuy port concession attracts sole bidder
(Business News Americas)

22/10/2003Mammoth crane may leave shipyard
(The Boston Globe)

22/10/2003Port of Beirut lowers hurdle for potential operators
(The Daily Star On line)

23/10/2003New Suezmax tanker set to navigate Suez Canal
(Exim India)

23/10/2003No anti-terror system, no entry for ships
(The Straits Times)


23/10/2003The Port of Basel: Low water reduces throughput
(International Transport Journal)

23/10/2003Faster flow of goods at Durban harbour
(Business Day)

24/10/2003Megapuerto Mejillones supera obstáculos y prepara su debut
(El Diario)

24/10/2003Smugglers use tankers to steal Nigerian oil
(The Guardian)


27/10/2003Global shipping sector will need $450b for vessel acquisitions
(Gulf News)

28/10/2003Agreement at Aden Free Zone brought to end
(Yemen Times)

28/10/2003Air Asia secures $46m loan for expansion
(The Straits Times)

28/10/2003Russian Railway experts depart for North Korea
(Vladivostok News)


29/10/2003SCI sell-off plan put off indefinitely
(Exim India)

29/10/2003Ports set to achieve container load target
(The Star Online)


30/10/2003Average efficiency of ports increases
(Business Standard)


30/10/2003ISPS certification crisis ahead?
(Marine Log)

30/10/2003Japanese company offers to aid state
(Anchorage Daily News)

31/10/2003Making local ports more efficient
(The Star Online)

31/10/2003Hundreds struck by cruise liner bug
(BBC News)

31/10/2003South Korea finds no Al Qaeda evidence on cargo ship
(The New Zealand Herald)


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