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Carol Yang


Carol Yang is Lloyd’s List’s Shanghai-based team member.

She previously worked as a business news reporter for China Global Television Network in Beijing for six years, primarily covering macro-economy and policies.

She graduated from the University of Warwick in 2012 with a Master's degree in intercultural communication and studied data reporting at Columbia University in 2019.

Carol is fluent in Mandarin and English. Beyond her work hours, she enjoys reading, city walking and cycling.

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Yang Ming confirms order for five boxships

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ONE joins blockchain-based logistics platform GSBN

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Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding to take 35% stake in Shandong Shipping in exchange for unpaid rig building debts

The delayed delivery and uncertain payment indicates recession in offshore market. The four jack-up rigs were delivered in 2020, but remain unpaid and SWS has expressed concerns about full repayment within the scheduled time frame

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China Merchants agrees further newbuilds with Dalian Shipbuilding

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