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Capes soften amid delays at Chinese ports

While weather-related disruptions are causing congestion at Chinese ports, Atlantic capesize rates are sliding due to limited cargoes

Shipping association BIMCO expects Chinese iron ore imports to drop, while fleet growth has been revised up to 2.7% this year on a lack of scrapping

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