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Danish investors to sue IPO banks over OW Bunker prospectus

Institutional investors suffered $123m loss

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Brexit: adjusting the sails

 

 


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Ince chairman Herring relocates to Piraeus

Star lawyer to head Greek office

Europe Greece

New EU waste strategy targets port reception rules

New proposed anti-waste rules oblige all owners to contribute

EU Environment

HMM files lawsuit over logistics unit deal

Lawsuit related to an allegedly unfair contract the shipping line had inked with the former Hyundai Logistics that was sold to Lotte Group

Asia Pacific South Korea

Two more tankers named in Shell Bukom investigation

Vessels named in charges brought against three people for alleged involvement in refinery oil thefts

Asia Pacific Singapore

Greek authorities make arrests and probe ship with explosives headed to Libya

Crew of eight and Greek-owned vessel held after illegal shipment found

Europe Greece

Global piracy at lowest levels since 1995, says IMB

A total of 180 incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships were reported in 2017, compared with 188 in 1995

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