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03/11/2003Crane collapses into Sydney Harbour
(ABC Online)

03/11/2003Russian Oil to Flow to Asia Via Israel

03/11/2003GCC studies proposal for pipeline to Arabian Sea
(The Daily Star On line)

03/11/2003Market-based maritime legal system supported
(People's Daily)


04/11/2003Uproar as Spain plays politics over 'Aurora'
(Gibraltar Chronicle)

04/11/2003Shanghai looking at free port plan at Yangshan
(People's Daily)

04/11/2003Arturo Giner: "La nueva ley obliga a todos los puertos a jugar con las mismas cartas"


04/11/2003Finnish yards may merge
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

05/11/2003Ex-TNK Boss Takes Control of Yukos

05/11/2003JAFZI signs 15-year pact to manage Port Kalang
(Gulf News)

05/11/2003Tackling Terrorism On High Seas
(The Financial Express)


05/11/2003Two passengers die on bug-hit liner
(ic Newcastle)

06/11/2003PG5 keeps southern firms buoyant
(Vietnam Investment Review)

06/11/2003Shipping Ministry moots regulatory body for private agencies in ports
(Exim India)

06/11/2003Port of Beirut set to launch tender for container terminal operator
(The Daily Star On line)

06/11/2003Evergreen chairman says shipping industry ignored
(Taipei Times)


06/11/2003Ferry captain pleads Fifth Amendment
(Marine Log)

06/11/2003Toxic US ghost ships should 'go home'

07/11/2003Cruise ship health alert exaggerated, say passengers
(The Guardian)

07/11/2003Evergreen tycoon motivated by self interest, critics say
(Taipei Times)


10/11/2003Liberian registry manager seeks UN audit
(Marine Log)

10/11/2003Shipping Ministry proposes Rs 50 per tonne maritime cess to finance Sagar Mala projects
(Exim India)

10/11/2003Qianwan Port handles 100m tonnes
(Sched Net)

10/11/2003Port expected to keep growing, but at a slower pace
(The News Tribune)


10/11/2003Former shipyard workers demand an explanation

10/11/2003US war on terror imposes security measures on Finnish harbours
(Helsingin Sanomat)

10/11/2003With fewer salties, grain trade falters
(Duluth News Tribune)


12/11/2003Asian airlines see 10% rise in cargo volumes this year
(Shipping Times)

12/11/2003Scientists divided over Spain oil spill damage
(The Straits Times)

12/11/2003Shipping agents in Oman form alliance
(Oman Daily Observer)


13/11/2003Yard to lose 3.4m if toxic US ships are ordered home

13/11/2003Shenzhen Port growth set to overtake Hong Kong
(Sched Net)

13/11/2003Fujairah to build new port terminal
(Gulf News)

13/11/2003Leave port charges alone, HK govt told
(The Straits Times)


13/11/2003Govt. planning deepwater port for Region IX
(Business News Americas)

13/11/2003Aqaba Ports Corporation to get largest ever budget
(The Jordan Times)

14/11/2003AirAsia hopes to be an Asian brand with regional move
(The Star Online)

14/11/2003Call for higher private-public sector role in ports
(Business Standard)

14/11/2003250 shipyard workers opt for early retirement


16/11/2003Saint-Nazaire en deuil après l'accident du Queen Mary II
(Le Monde)

17/11/2003Cruise passengers face food fines
(The Australian)


17/11/2003Russia rejects possibility of visa-free cruises
(Helsingin Sanomat)

18/11/2003Chinese ports throughput jumps over 30pc in first three quarters
(Sched Net)

18/11/2003Kandla Port to commission 11th cargo berth
(Business Standard)


18/11/2003Ferry pilot, feds in secret sitdown
(New York Daily News)

18/11/2003Support from Russia for early ban on single-hulled ships
(Helsingin Sanomat)

18/11/2003Only 20 ships left on order in Norway in 2004
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

18/11/2003Canada-U.S. memorandum on shortsea shipping expanded to include Mexico
(Canadian Transportation & Logistics)

18/11/2003State port operator ups capex 25%
(Business News Americas)

18/11/2003Pipavav port plans modern container terminal
(The Hindustan Times)

19/11/2003Hutchison submits expression of interest for NY port
(Shipping Times)


19/11/2003Action promised over P&O jobs
(BBC News)

19/11/2003Government includes Aqaba Port management in privatisation drive
(The Jordan Times)

20/11/2003Cruise industry expects fall
(The New Zealand Herald)


20/11/2003Cuba signs accord of understanding with US port city of Manatee
(People's Daily)

21/11/2003Alang's ship-breaking industry faces the dragon's threat
(Business Standard)


23/11/2003Panel says Alaska ferry system should be run like a business
(Anchorage Daily News)

24/11/2003Fire in oil tanker: 4 hurt
(The Independent)

24/11/2003Privatising ports a key issue
(Business Day)

24/11/2003Push to set up national freight fleet
(Bangkok Post)


24/11/2003Finnish union stops Danish seafarers on Finnish vessel
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

24/11/2003Will port play fair?
(The Business Journal of Tampa Bay)

25/11/2003Foreign Logistics Firms Won't Set Up Base Here
(The Korea Times)

25/11/2003Shipping industry sinks while Govt. looks away

25/11/2003Port Chiefs Fight New Fee Proposal
(Canadian Transportation & Logistics)


25/11/2003Critique against proposed cruise dues in Sweden
(The Scandinavian Shipping Gazette)

25/11/2003Oil Price Stability Talks Planned
(Tehran Times)

26/11/2003Russia Wants Action on Oil Backlog in Bosporus

26/11/2003Russia will Never Lose Sight of the WTO


26/11/2003As crew battled ship blaze, fire officials debated jurisdiction: report
(The Recorder & Times)

27/11/2003Economy seen slowing in late 2004

27/11/2003Ports fall short in spending
(Business Standard)

27/11/2003At least 60 missing in Congo disasters

27/11/2003$300M Threat to Aeroflot


27/11/2003Subsidies to shipping companies to increase substantially next year
(Helsingin Sanomat)

27/11/2003Cruise lines' guest count rises
(The Miami Herald)

27/11/2003Due to demand, cost of getting grain on train unlikely to wane
(The Seattle Times)

28/11/2003Britain's safe roads are the envy of the world, study finds


30/11/2003Stomach virus sickens cruise ship

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