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Commission trying to verify that the tax incentive adheres to EU state aid regulations and favours some companies over others
Companies are leaving it late to book space in repair yards for their ships to be adapted to comply with mandatory requirements from 2020
As disruption related to the war persists, motivations for piracy attacks remain ambiguous and solutions elusive
Analyst warns that the shipping conglomerate is likely to face some strong headwinds
China's new environmental rules have brought plastic waste exports to a halt
Alternative finance gets more complex but owners have the upper hand
The port holds strategic and economic significance for access to central Asia
Lloyd's List Live
Webinar: Listen On Demand
This year is shaping up to be one of the most significant for a decade. The reason is simple: the shipping industry has stopped hoping for a return to the freight rate levels of 2006-08 and started to plan for an altogether different set of challenges.
Webinar: Listen On Demand
Cyber security has leapt to the top of the agenda for maritime businesses after the WannaCry and – even closer to home – the Petya or NotPetya attacks. It is now recognised that every business that has started on the journey towards digitalisation is vulnerable to external threats.
Business Briefing: London
With the global sulphur cap regulation to come in to force in two years time, this expert panel discusses the importance of ship owners' fuel management programmes, charter clauses, fuel testing and crew training.
Vessels will be retrofitted at a CSIC subsidiary yard
Ships close to full on major east-west trades ahead of January 15 GRIs, but excess vessel supply will come to bear in March, say analysts
Maritime Strategies International forecasts a sharp drop in capesize earnings in the short term
Company to finalise the shares acquisition via further talks with MOL and MES
Tankers & Gas
Oil slick 10 km long and 1 km wide found after the tanker sank with 29 crew members still not found
Vessels named in charges brought against three people for alleged involvement in refinery oil thefts
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