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01/02/2005Port stake boost for China Merchants
(The Standard)

01/02/2005KCT records 25pc growth in container throughput
(Khaleej Times)


01/02/2005Shipyard exec joins new shipping line
(Pacific Business News)

01/02/2005Longtime dock worker killed at LA port - second death in less than a week

02/02/2005Irate port workers threaten strike action from tonight


02/02/2005Ositran to defend its port rate cuts plan
(Business News Americas)

02/02/2005Nansha port operating way below capacity
(Cargonews Asia)

03/02/2005Port workers rescind threats as labor negotiations progress


03/02/2005‘Bleak future' for Malta Shipyards - management
(The Malta Independent)

03/02/2005Alarming decline in scrapping of ships
(The Independent)

04/02/2005Capital subsidy may be granted for private port developers
(Exim India)


07/02/2005BAE threatens to sell shipyards
(Evening Standard)

07/02/2005Tanzania to spend $500m to rehabilitate its ports
(East African Standard)

07/02/2005No major change in textile trade with EU
(China Daily)


08/02/2005Minister 'regrets error' over £84m cash for shipyard

08/02/2005Yukos Shipper Says Default Is Looming

08/02/2005Minister appeals to shipyard workers to band together
(The Malta Independent)


08/02/2005Meet on deep sea port tomorrow
(The Independent)


09/02/2005Rescue Operations Continue

10/02/2005Adanis plan to enter ship building biz
(The Hindu Business Line)


10/02/2005Dragados (ACS) mantiene intereses en el transporte ferroviario y en los puertos
(La Nueva España)

10/02/2005Crecieron 25% los despachos portuarios durante 2004

11/02/2005Fifty luxury cruise liners to visit Shanghai in 2005


13/02/2005Govt to expedite construction of deep seaport
(The Independent)

14/02/2005China Shipbuilding to finish ‘rebirth'
(Taipei Times)

14/02/2005Penang Port to boost capacity
(Business Times - Malaysia)


14/02/2005Far Eastern Shipping Company auction cancelled
(The Russia Journal)

14/02/2005Refinadora de aceite vegetal invertirá P$ 105 millones en puerto Coatzacoalcos
(Transporte Siglo XXI)

15/02/2005Battered cruise ship limps to port
(The Australian)


16/02/2005Superjumbo said to be too big for many airports
(Sched Net)

16/02/2005Port concessioning: 22 firms jostle for Port Harcourt Port terminals
(The Guardian)

16/02/2005A Makeover for Cruise Ship Terminals
(The New York Times)


17/02/2005Port companies launch new era


18/02/2005102 hurt as ferry, ship collide
(The Standard)

18/02/2005Kemaman Port to be privatised by mid-2005
(The Star Online)


20/02/2005Korean cargo ship breaks down, blocks passage in Suez Canal
(Khaleej Times)

21/02/2005Northport container terminal ready for mega ships
(Business Times - Malaysia)

21/02/2005High court upholds sale of RP shipyard
(Sun Star Daily)

21/02/2005Ocean Terminal fight rocks boat
(The Standard)

21/02/2005Bangladesh Ferry Toll Hits Climbs to 114


21/02/2005Raw deal for Malaysian seamen
(The Star Online)

22/02/2005Allen blasts proposed shipbuilding cuts
(The Times Record)

22/02/2005Equipment upgrade at Durban port bears fruit
(Business Report)

22/02/20055% cess on port cargo likely
(The Financial Express)


22/02/2005Port of Ngqura taking shape
(SABC news)

23/02/2005Renovation of shipping fleet crucial in Caspian Sea
(Tehran Times)


24/02/2005Cargo volume up by 6pc at the port of Mombasa
(East African Standard)

24/02/2005Bidding starts on high-speed railway
(People's Daily)


24/02/2005Ports fined $90K after accident
(The Australian)

25/02/2005Foreign ship owners stop recruiting sailors
(The Independent)

25/02/2005Shipyard doubts remain for BAE
(The Scotsman)


27/02/2005Senator wants tighter security at ports
(National Post Online)

27/02/2005Karachi Shipyard to be sold in 6-9 mths
(Daily Times)

28/02/2005BCL aims to buy more containers
(The Star Online)


28/02/2005Qatar set to become gas superpower
(Gulf Times)

28/02/2005Fight over making ships fit for the disabled
(The Christian Science Monitor)

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