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Drewry says capesize rates unhindered by trade war

Despite trade war uncertainties that may hit China's economic growth if prolonged, Drewry expects higher charter rates for capesizes

The trade war uncertainties, while having little direct impact on the dry bulk market, might lead to a slowdown in the increase in charter rates

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