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Concordia Maritime boss bets on Opec reversing production cut

Gradual return of oil production should lead to increased arbitrage and trading activity, says chief executive Kim Ullman

Tankers and Gas Regulation

More transparency needed on sanctioned vessels

Banks and regulators face challenges in tracking activities of such ships for compliance purposes, says Accuity’s Tom Golding

Asia Pacific International

Countdown begins: Three to ONE

Within a few weeks, customers will find out whether preparations for the new Japanese carrier Ocean Network Express have gone well, as the joint venture inaugurates services

Asia Pacific Japan

UK issues new guidance on seafarer minimum wage rights

Employers who fall foul of the regulations are liable for fines of up to 200% of the underpayment

Europe United Kingdom

New EU waste strategy targets port reception rules

New proposed anti-waste rules oblige all owners to contribute

EU Environment

Trump's 'last chance' over Iran gives shipping some relief

Best to shrug off Trump rhetoric for now because guessing games over US-Iran politics remain largely futile

US States Iran

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

Poland facing EU probe over tax breaks for shipyards

Commission trying to verify that the tax incentive adheres to EU state aid regulations and favours some companies over others

Europe Poland

Rotterdam sees reported maritime safety incidents fall 19%

Port authorities attribute safer operation to ramped-up investment in navigational facilities

Europe Netherlands
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