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Daily Briefing March 28 2023
Leasing broker faces 15-year prison sentence in China anti-corruption case | The Ukraine effect podcast: The rise of the dark fleet | Container sector earnings likely to have topped $200bn in 2022 | Biden urged to step up on languishing labour negotiations
Daily Briefing March 27 2023
It is still possible for the IMO to translate climate aspiration into action | Shipowners ‘forgot’ how war risk insurance works | London ‘losing marine insurance competence game’ | Lloyd’s List Podcast: The view from CMA
Daily Briefing March 24 2023
EU to set 2% renewable marine fuel target to cut carbon emissions | Euronav shareholders opt for a balanced board, but what happens next? | Sanctioned Russian ship circumvents Bangladesh port denial
Daily Briefing March 23 2023
Euronav’s future hangs in the balance ahead of shareholder showdown | Owners should welcome Greek maritime law shake-up | Business as usual ‘not an option’ on shipping’s path to decarbonisation
Daily Briefing March 22 2023
Banking turbulence amplifies capital-raising difficulties for shipping | Welcome aboard, UBS! | Orderbook impasse is turning tankers into ‘cash machines’, say owners
Daily Briefing March 21 2023
Flags refute claims as ITF vows crackdown on ‘substandard shipping’ | China doesn’t matter for dry bulk, says Clarksons | Heidmar eyes Nasdaq listing after merger deal | UK lawmakers call for greater clarity on maritime strategy
Daily Briefing March 20 2023
US-sanctioned ships don’t lose flag for long | Compliance with the law is not optional. Even for P&O Ferries | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Where does shipping fit into the EU Net-Zero Industry Act? | Chinese port giants report decline in throughput volumes
Daily Briefing March 17 2023
Over 100 falsely flagged ships are trading in plain sight | Is Credit Suisse crisis a case of déjà vu for shipowners? | Questions over grain deal’s extension as deadline approaches | Supply chain must collaborate on lithium-ion battery risk
Daily Briefing March 16 2023
Russia’s bulk exports to Europe drop 60% | Sanctions take toll on Russian oil exports and revenue, says IEA | Timing is ‘number one’ factor behind successful launches, says Vafias | European banks ‘pushed away’ from shipping by regulations
Daily Briefing March 15 2023
Greeks lag Asian owners in new orders | Is PSA’s stake in Hutchison Ports a fit for Chinese giants? | Court of Appeal ruling to clarify cargo policy wording | Russia proposes short extension to Black Sea grain deal
Daily Briefing March 14 2023
Container demand fall will spark service modifications | Zim expects second-half rebound as rates ‘near bottom’ | Container lines ‘likely insulated’ financially despite declining rates
Daily Briefing March 13 2023
Dark fleet of tankers now comprises 10% of seaborne oil transport | The health of the oceans is shipping’s problem too | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Why the box sector is in for a bumpy ride
Daily Briefing March 10 2023
UN buys Euronav VLCC to avoid environmental disaster | Sinopec fuels speculation over China relaxing export quota | UN chief calls for Black Sea grain deal extension | Boxship charter periods rise as newbuild threat remains
Daily Briefing March 9 2023
Bulk exports from Russia remain elevated | Early Chinese New Year pulls down January container volumes | Difficult details of decarbonisation
Daily Briefing March 8 2023
Shippers should brace for impact of net zero costs | Scrapping and regulation may have little impact on boxship overcapacity | Recycling sales dominated by dry cargo and gas sectors | Greek maritime law gets biggest shake-up since 1950s
Daily Briefing March 7 2023
China’s conservative growth target limits help to dry bulker shipping | Leaner and fitter West confident about foray into hull and war | Calls for tougher flag state enforcement of ship-to-ship transfers for sanctioned oil
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