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01/07/2004Beijing to talk with Taipei on 'three links'
(People's Daily)

01/07/2004Yukos Refuses to Pay Full Bill


01/07/2004China's railways to reach 100,000 kilometers by 2020
(People's Daily)

02/07/2004La SNCF conteste sa facture EDF
(Le Figaro)

02/07/2004Smooth start to new ship and port security regulations
(China Post)

02/07/2004FCCA gives Ja's cruise shipping high marks
(The Jamaica Observer)

02/07/2004Coast Guard to inspect all foreign ships


05/07/2004Maersk may buy out Sea King, PSA in Gujarat Pipavav Port
(The Hindu Business Line)

05/07/2004Iraq rebuilding to boost marine insurance sector
(Gulf Daily News)


05/07/2004Northwest is becoming a cruise hub

05/07/2004No terrorism threat in Straits
(The Star Online)

06/07/2004Shipping cos may be allowed to hire foreign officers
(Exim India)

06/07/2004Shipyard scaffold plunge kills pair; two hurt
(The Japan Times Online)

06/07/2004IMC Against Concor, Maersk Tie-up For Terminal At JNPT
(The Financial Express)

06/07/2004Deepen harbour or lose business
(The Advertiser)


07/07/2004$160m loan deals signed
(Gulf Daily News)


08/07/2004Shenzhen container throughput surges in first half
(Sched Net)

08/07/2004Los navieros advierten de que comprarán barcos a Izar cuando adecue sus precios
(DEIA Diario de Bizkaia)

08/07/2004Khodorkovsky Offers Deal, Deadline Passes

08/07/2004Haifa Port abandons nepotism


08/07/2004Iraq to award port management deal in August
(Gulf News)

09/07/2004Airport offers 50pc rebate on fees for new routes
(The Standard)

09/07/2004New maritime agency to oversee smaller area first
(The Straits Times)

09/07/2004One dies, one missing in shipping collision
(China Daily)

09/07/2004World's largest ship lock starts operation officially on Yangtze River
(People's Daily)

09/07/2004China to ease control on foreign investment in aviation
(People's Daily)


11/07/2004Islamic Group Threatens to Attack Iraq-Bound Ships

12/07/2004New project tackles African marine pollution
(Mail&Guardian Online)

12/07/2004Plan to cope with fast-growing port volume
(Business Times - Malaysia)


12/07/2004New Kuwait port to cost $850m
(Gulf News)

12/07/2004Environmentally hazardous ships set to leave James River

13/07/2004Freeport privatisation imminent

13/07/2004Tonnage Tax May Not Lure Foreign Shipping Firms
(The Financial Express)

13/07/2004'Cruise city' plan for Xiamen
(The Standard)


13/07/2004Truckers trickle back to jobs at Port of Miami

13/07/2004China's foreign trade volume exceeds US$500bln
(People's Daily)

14/07/2004Port budget focus on security, environmental issues

14/07/2004Vote on ports bill postponed but workers stay out on strike

14/07/2004Air travel expected to grow strongly
(China Daily)


15/07/2004Biometric-based ID may come into use in 6 months
(Shipping Times)

15/07/2004Dubai to launch mid-size shipbuilding
(Gulf News)

15/07/2004Ports post 16.5pc growth in cargo handling in first 6 months
(Business Times - Malaysia)

15/07/2004Law to privatize ports ignites strike


15/07/2004Port to put its case for full new container terminal
(Business Report)

15/07/2004Paradip port plans upgrade to handle more cargo
(The Statesman)

16/07/2004PSA's headhunt is to man volume surge, new berths
(Shipping Times)

16/07/2004Full steam ahead for China's shipping industry
(The Straits Times)


19/07/2004How to view the near-double-digit fast growth
(People's Daily)

19/07/2004End of port strike in sight
(Maariv International)


19/07/2004Dureza: allow foreign shipping lines to operate domestic routes

20/07/2004Morocco For Casablanca-Mumbai Permanent Shipping Line
(The Financial Express)

20/07/2004Shipping lines clear to rate-fix
(The Courier-Mail)

20/07/2004Brunei seeks global partner for port
(Business Day)

20/07/2004Port talks progress, but strike goes on


20/07/2004La nueva Renfe quiere asumir tan sólo 1.600 de los 7.200 millones de deuda que tiene ahora la empresa

20/07/2004By 2010 Russian ports to handle lion's share of foreign trade cargoes
(RIA Novosti)

21/07/2004Gujarat ship-breaking industry sinking
(Exim India)

21/07/2004Ports plan tardy, says Labor
(The Canberra Times)


21/07/2004Fujian to build 110 deep-water berths
(Cargonews Asia)

21/07/2004Conferees approve $11.1 billion for Navy shipbuilding
(Marine Log)

21/07/2004IMB denies exaggerating piracy figures
(Maritime Global Net)

22/07/2004Taicang Port throughput soars
(Sched Net)

22/07/2004AirAsia calls off talks on stake sale to Virgin Blue
(The Star Online)

22/07/2004New rules: Traffic lanes set for ships in Yangtze
(China Daily)


22/07/2004Hoon cuts will ruin shipyards
(The Daily Record)

22/07/2004Sino-UK trade to see record growth
(China Daily)

23/07/2004Maritime trade adds to tide of China's rise
(Asia Times)

23/07/2004Railway works shift to fast track
(The Standard)


25/07/20043 missing in ship accident in south China
(China Daily)

26/07/2004Fujian to spend billions of yuan to develop ports
(Sched Net)

26/07/2004Shipping giants lift oil fleet capacity
(People's Daily)

26/07/2004Ally Offers to Bail Out Yukos


27/07/2004Draft law to open State-run rail services to private sector
(Vietnam Economy)

27/07/2004One-fifth of global box trade in 2003 attributed to China: ministry
(Sched Net)

27/07/2004PM approves final design of Shaikh Khalifa port
(Bahrain Tribune)

27/07/2004At Nation's Ports, Cargo Backlog Raises Question of Security
(The New York Times)


27/07/2004Maersk engineer enters guilty plea
(Marine Log)

27/07/2004Bulgarian Shipping Company Fined

27/07/2004Las obras de prolongación del dique del rompeolas de Tarragona contará con Fondos de Cohesión de la Unión Europea
(Europa Press)

28/07/2004CNOOC to build huge refinery in Guangdong
(People's Daily)


29/07/2004Coega talks terminated
(Business Day)

29/07/2004China's foreign trade expected to top 1,000 billion US dollars
(People's Daily)

29/07/2004Arroyo signs bills amending overseas shipping, PDIC charter acts
(Sun Star Daily)

29/07/2004Six sailors killed as oil tanker explodes off Lankan shores
(Daily News)

29/07/2004End the anarchy


29/07/2004Fewer cruise passengers in June
(The Malta Independent)

30/07/2004Adani group plans to acquire 74 pc stake in Petronet's Dahej dry cargo port project
(Exim India)

30/07/2004Cargo costs must come down, says new study
(The Standard)

30/07/2004Jakarta to build $870m seaport
(The Straits Times)


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