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Qatar’s vision of a diversified economy combined with environmental protection will form the backdrop to the most significant maritime event to be held in the Gulf state for many years.
Volumes are expected to remain the same as containers are moved to other services
Goldman Sachs warns that the outbreak could cut global oil demand by 260,000 barrels per day
TT Club and UK P&I Club seek ‘significant improvements’ in packing, stowage and declaration of hazardous cargoes
As a result of the recent Phase One trade agreement between Washington and Beijing, the Long Beach port supremo expects that ‘more markets’ will open up as China eases tariffs on US goods. Farm and energy exports in particular can expect an increase in volumes
Container terminals at Le Havre and Marseille are under pressure from union protests as they decry the plans of President Emmanuel Macron
Dismal final quarter leads to first decline in full-year eastbound transpacific volumes since 2009
Montana and Wyoming may be able to count on support from the Trump administration, which favours the export of coal and backs the opening of more export facilities in the country
The Pakistani government will force ships at the Karachi port to switch to closed-loop scrubbers or compliant fuel oil. Karachi becomes the latest in a long line of destinations to ban the technology
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