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Daily Briefing March 22 2018

Greek tanker firm in legal fight after Saudi tanker seizure | Does Li Ka-shing's retirement offer a ports a chance to buy? | Deadlock threatens to undermine Spanish port reforms | China's rising bauxite imports is bullish for bulkers

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Niels Stolberg appeals against prison sentence
Time to move on from theorising about distributed ledger technology
European financing is tied to shipping regulations
Liner network changes set to add 8.8% to Asia-Europe capacity
Smells, bells and noisy ships
James Chao named 2018 Lloyd's List Lifetime Achievement winner
Trump set to announce hefty tariffs on Chinese imports
Capsized cargo vessel towed to Le Havre
Lloyd’s Register Foundation to fund maritime blockchain project
Encrypted blockchain has potential to attract shipping investors
Zim recovery continues despite weak third quarter
Wilhelmsen venture gives access to Chinese newbuilding services market
Asia Pacific ports could incur up to $49bn in climate change costs
Star Bulk considers renewable energy use on its fleet
Maersk's integration goals may pose a challenge
Growing US coal exports buoy bulker trade
Chinese shipbuilder and leasing outfit target more Greek business
Dileton facing legal fight after Saudi tanker seizure
Maersk preparing to counter next wave of cyber attacks
Dorian LPG signs third lease deal in four months
Supply chains hit by US intermodal bottlenecks
Port capacity ‘crucial for UK economy’
Thomas Miller to separate chairman and chief executive roles
GasLog Partners clinches $207m acquisition of LNG carrier in latest dropdown
Deadlock threatens to undermine Spanish port reforms


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