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Service cuts providing a welcome reduction in supply
Montreal currently receives about 80% of Canada’s container traffic with the European Union but a recent trade deal with the EU is expected to boost transatlantic trade between the two economies. Montreal needs to expand and Contrecoeur is seen as the answer
The current trade figures suggest that Donald Trump may be losing the upper hand in the US-China trade conflict
Improvements now under way at Neptune Terminals are expected to increase the capacity of the facility by nearly 50% to 18.5m metric tonnes from the current 12.5m metric tonnes per year
Vale sees iron ore ramping up to 340m to 355m tonnes next year
Premium erosion continues to affect operating results. There is an urgent need to calibrate risk pricing to exposure
Chinese shipbuilding content is an expected feature of bilateral ethanol and LNG trade talks
Washington has said that it recognises opposition leader Juan Guaido as Venezuela’s legitimate president. It is using sanctions to force Nicolás Maduro from office
Jean Boustani, a salesman for Privinvest, an Abu Dhabi-based shipbuilder, was acquitted of three counts of conspiracy to commit fraud and money laundering
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