Daily Briefing 14 July 2017
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China’s rapid overseas expansion in recent years is just a start, says Drewry managing director Timothy Power
German maritime cluster hopes to grab London shipping services work post-Brexit
Supplies are up, inventories are down and oil prices are under pressure, says IEA — all positives for tanker markets
European court goes easy on Spain for breaches of employment laws with drastic reduction of recommended penalty
Benefits to cargo owners of longer-term ocean freight contracts declining as market softens, says Xeneta
Customers link new late-cancellation charges to ‘exceptional’ recent capacity crisis, claiming carriers must compensate cargo owners for ‘roll-overs’ and void sailings
Individual parties did not meet agreement’s conditions, judicial manager says
Facility is the second in the country to comply with Hong Kong Convention for responsible ship recycling
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