Daily Briefing 19 July 2017
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UKSR to remain under government control as it seeks expanded fleet
EY says that within 20 years European cities may disappear from the top tier of industry hubs
Details of agreement over alleged cable severing are not known
UK and Baltic aframax trades also weak on lower Russian oil exports
Lines implement new fees for barge and feeder services as terminals struggle under current demand conditions
Move underscores cruise industry’s decided shift towards the cleaner fuel
ReCAAP says piracy situation in the Sulu-Celebes Sea has improved this year
Indonesian coal exports seen as main driver
Recent study shows only 15% have strategy for incoming sulphur cap legislation
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