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China-US trade tensions: more bark than bite for bulker owners?

The trade spat between Beijing and Washington could seriously alter global grains trades. This is something bulker owners should pay attention to because even if freight earnings could be boosted in the short run, long lasting trade restrictions would prove worrisome.

Beijing’s curb on imports of US grains may shake global dry bulk trades

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