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01/03/2005TT-Line predicts $52m loss
(ABC Online)


01/03/2005Shipping tonnage crosses 8 m GRT mark
(The Hindu Business Line)

01/03/2005New Shipping Law in Japan Imposes De Facto Sanction on N. Korea


02/03/2005Antofagasta port terminal 2004 profits sink 10.5%
(Business News Americas)

03/03/2005Johor Port rakes in RM352.33m profit in 2004
(Business Times - Malaysia)


03/03/2005Guayaquil port concession process set to restart
(Business News Americas)

04/03/2005Govt promises coal port expansion
(ABC Online)

04/03/2005Everyone comes out ahead at the ports?


06/03/2005Ports just keep getting busier
(San Francisco Chronicle)

07/03/2005Shipbuilders, banks boost Kospi


08/03/2005Chinese ports look for private piers
(Asia Times)

08/03/2005Ceuta: Los puertos andaluces movieron el 19,5% de los cruceros
(Diario SUR Digital)


09/03/2005Maersk banking on booming economy
(China Daily)

09/03/2005Proposal for trash port moves step forward


10/03/2005Gold Coast plan may threaten Brisbane cruise ship terminal
(ABC Online)

10/03/2005Otra vez, un conflicto sindical paraliza los puertos argentinos


11/03/2005Fire breaks out on navy ships
(The Australian)

11/03/2005‘Mombasa Port underutilised'
(The Monitor)


14/03/2005China aims to become world's largest shipbuilder
(People's Daily)

14/03/2005En mayo termina ampliación del puerto
(La Estrella de Iquique)

14/03/2005Millonarias pérdidas por paro de los portuarios


15/03/2005Cruise traffic sails to new record
(Aftenposten Interaktiv)

15/03/2005Tories claim Ingram has admitted shipyard 'bung'

15/03/2005Aliciente para los barcos turísticos
(El Nuevo Día)


16/03/2005Maritime operators worry over Danish firm's bid for port
(The Guardian)


16/03/2005Malaysia to act against pirates
(BBC News)

16/03/2005Isramco subsidiary leases Magic 1 cruise liner
(Globes - Israel's Business Arena)

17/03/2005Canal navegable con profundidad mínima de 40 pies
(El Heráldo)

17/03/2005China's first private airlines facing competition on its route
(People's Daily)


17/03/2005Terror Groups Train for Seaborne Attacks
(Las Vegas SUN)

18/03/2005La nueva ley de puertos amenaza el negocio de las reparaciones navales
(La Voz de Galicia)


20/03/2005Rebirth of Port Unions
(The Korea Times)

21/03/2005MMC wants more of PTP
(The Star Online)

21/03/2005Forecast: China to maintain around 8 percent GDP growth through 2010
(People's Daily)


21/03/20052 Japanese, 1 Filipino abducted by pirates freed
(Japan Today)

22/03/2005Cochin port settles with trade unions
(The Financial Express)

22/03/2005Raysut Cement plans shipping company
(Oman Daily Observer)

22/03/2005Tourism industry upbeat as luxury cruise liners make their voyage to Omani ports
(Times of Oman)

22/03/2005Bitung Port, Kupang ready to become international hub
(The Jakarta Post)


23/03/2005El mayor operador mundial de cruceros elige Vigo como escala en el Atlántico
(La Voz de Galicia)

23/03/2005Yukos: Yugansk Plans to Bankrupt Us


23/03/2005Volgotanker dismisses selloff gossip
(The Russia Journal)

24/03/2005Pirates demanded $250,000 for safe return of tugboat trio
(The Japan Times Online)


24/03/2005Fiji Ships sails into venture with NZ firm
(Fiji Times)

25/03/2005Mumbai Port Trust draws up plans to boost capacity
(The Financial Express)


29/03/2005Centre may sell 15% in Shipping Corp

29/03/2005All Airports Expected to Get Tenders

29/03/2005Southern Perú y Minera México crean gigante mundial del cobre
(La República)


29/03/2005Ottawa not doing enough to secure small ports: union poll

29/03/2005Kochi container port project adds to Lanka's worries
(The Hindustan Times)

30/03/2005Shipping industry in a tizzy over service tax
(The Hindu Business Line)

30/03/2005Oil giant set to increase LNG output
(The Standard)


31/03/2005Qatar set to spend $15b on gas ships
(Khaleej Times)

31/03/2005Second terminal for Chennai Port
(The Financial Express)


31/03/2005Un estudio indica que el nuevo puerto generará más de 10.000 empleos
(La Voz de Galicia)

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