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01/03/2004Price undercutting plagues liner shipping industry
(Business Times - Malaysia)

01/03/2004Portuarios, ante tres días cruciales
(Europa Sur DIGITAL)


01/03/2004Interview: Shipping firms may introduce another rate hike this year
(Gulf News)

01/03/2004Paloma port tender attracts sole bidder
(Business News Americas)

02/03/2004TCS Report Spots Nine Ports For Infrastructure Development
(The Financial Express)

02/03/2004Singapore move means stiffer competition for Malaysian ports
(Business Times - Malaysia)


02/03/2004Proponen crear en México Cámara del sector marítimo-portuario
(Transporte Siglo XXI)

02/03/2004Moffat & Nichol wins Callao port study
(Business News Americas)

02/03/2004GAO says Norwegian Cruise Line has Hawaii monopoly
(Pacific Business News)

03/03/2004Plan To Develop Tuticorin Port As Asian Hub
(The Financial Express)

03/03/2004Ports, rail need shakeup
(The New Zealand Herald)

03/03/2004A buoyant time for shipbuilders

03/03/2004Cruise ship grounds
(Townsville Bulletin)


03/03/2004City now cruising for 2 piers
(New York Post)

04/03/2004Shandong, Jiangsu, Guangxi to boost port capacity
(Sched Net)


04/03/2004Suspicious powder found at Miami port
(The Washington Times)

04/03/2004Tax perks draw world's top shipping group
(Business Times - Singapore)

05/03/2004China transport woes raise inflation risks
(International Herald Tribune)


08/03/2004Finnish Ministry of Trade and Industry to examine Italian shipyard subsidies
(Helsingin Sanomat)

08/03/2004Gulftainer to open new terminal this month
(Gulf News)


08/03/2004Ocean shipping rates poised for increase
(The Washington Times)

09/03/2004Shipbuilders ride boom but trouble lurks
(The Korea Herald)


09/03/2004Cruise ship hijacker dies in Iraq
(BBC News)

09/03/2004Dockworkers threaten oil companies over evasion of tariffs

10/03/2004Ferry missing in Madagascar cyclone

10/03/2004BP Seen Investing $5Bln in Sakhalin-5

10/03/2004Exports cut to ease port congestion
(Herald Sun)


11/03/2004Chinese ports swamped with raw materials
(Sched Net)

11/03/2004ATI to bid for Batangas int'l port
(The Philippine Star)

11/03/2004El Gobierno implica a la firma que avaló al "Prestige" en otros tres accidentes
(La Voz de Galicia)


12/03/2004Maersk-Concor set to bag JNPT deal - Quotes highest revenue share for new box terminal
(The Hindu Business Line)

12/03/2004Ferries Connect City to EU
(The St. Petersburg Times)


15/03/2004Terrorists 'to target shipping'

15/03/2004MPA to study feasibility of dockyard at Thilafushi for cargo vessel repairs
(Haveeru Daily)

15/03/2004Haifa port chief says it won't occur here


16/03/2004Shipping lines bemoan security impost and collection
(The New Zealand Herald)

16/03/2004Shipping operators, execs question advisory on maritime marshalls
(The Philippine Star)

16/03/2004Private Shipping Companies To Be Asked To Provide Maritime Training
(The Financial Express)

16/03/2004Xiamen port operator to seek US$1.5b in float
(The Standard)


16/03/2004First SA-owned, operated cruise liner to make debut
(Business Day)

17/03/2004Port tariff cut to turn coastal shipping tide
(The Telegraph - Calcutta)

17/03/2004NITC Invests in Oil Transport in Caspian Sea
(Tehran Times)

17/03/2004Sapo makes port plans despite funding inertia
(Business Report)


17/03/2004Shipyards: Where do we go from here?

18/03/2004Nansha port targets overseas investment
(People's Daily)

18/03/2004Police check whether Ashdod bombers entered the port hidden in a container


19/03/2004Ports up tariffs to fund upgrades
(Business Report)

19/03/2004Port security in doubt
(The Miami Herald)

19/03/2004Actividad económica y baja oferta de buques triplican tarifas de carga marina
(Transporte Siglo XXI)


22/03/2004Tata Steel- L&T port in Dhamra
(Business Standard)

22/03/2004New LNG projects to cost $30bn: Attiyah
(The Peninsula)


22/03/2004Ecology strikes deal on dumping restrictions with cruise lines
(San Francisco Chronicle)

22/03/2004Cruise ships to be auctioned this week
(Pacific Business News)

23/03/2004Singapore reiterates place of refuge terms
(Shipping Times)

23/03/2004Oil Prices Dip 1% on OPEC Rumors


23/03/2004Port of Beirut finally receives gantry cranes from China
(The Daily Star On line)

24/03/2004Private port operators urge MoS to alter dredging contract policy
(Exim India)

24/03/2004Shipyard looks to take 'ghost' work abroad

24/03/2004Rs 100 crore upgrade for Haldia port
(Business Standard)

24/03/2004U.S. to Scan for Nukes at All Ports

24/03/2004Navy Chief Makes Explosive Remark


25/03/2004World ports struggle to meet U.S. security standards
(International Herald Tribune)


25/03/2004Northwest ports: Federal government doesn't cover all expenses
(The Oregonian)

25/03/2004APG to launch Guayaquil port concession bidding in May
(Business News Americas)

26/03/2004Throughput at Tianjin surges
(Sched Net)

26/03/2004China to overtake S Korea, Japan as biggest shipbuilder: academic
(Shipping Times)

26/03/2004HK airport in talks to buy stake in rival Zhuhai hub
(The Straits Times)

26/03/2004Dubai Port Bags Contract For Kochi Terminal
(The Financial Express)


29/03/2004Extra fee if boxes scanned
(The Star Online)

29/03/2004Port tariff rises will hurt exports'
(Business Day)


29/03/2004Moeller-Maersk wants to double share of global shipping market, buy up rivals

30/03/2004Opec stalls on oil price as weaker dollar erodes profit
(Business Report)

30/03/2004Un muelle de cruceros atraería a más armadores a Bizkaia
(DEIA Diario de Bizkaia)


31/03/2004Container terminal to be built on Jingtang island
(Sched Net)

31/03/2004CNOOC confirms oil finding in Bohai Bay
(People's Daily)

31/03/2004Foreign cruise liners put India on itinerary
(Business Standard)

31/03/2004London Metal Exchange coup likely for Johor Port
(The Star Online)


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