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Mark Fuechec

US East Coast Correspondent

US East Coast

Mark Fuechec is Lloyd’s List’s Boston-based US east coast correspondent. He contributes to Lloyd’s List’s coverage of daily developments across a number of shipping industry beats with a focus on the east coast and US Gulf.


Prior to joining Lloyd’s List, Mark has covered the news out of the Boston area and the energy industry in emerging markets.

Mark received his undergraduate degree in political science from Texas State University and a masters degree in international relations from Bogazici University in Istanbul.


Mark has also published academic work on economic reform in the Middle East Gulf.

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