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Pirates attack tanker and abduct two fishermen off Nigeria

Tanker thwarts attack but two fishing vessel crew members are abducted in a separate incident earlier on the same day

Middle East and Africa Crewing

NYK Line says embezzlement case will have ‘minimal’ impact

An investigative committee discovered $8.5m of unreasonable and illegal payments in one of NYK's Chinese subsidiaries over four years

Asia Pacific NYK

Between the Lines: Post-Chinese New Year capacity outlook

Excess capacity remains on most trade lanes as carriers hope for demand growth to continue

International Containers

Data Hub: Trade Statistics

Booming US market driving increased volumes on main trades in and out of North America

North America South America

The Interview: Bill Gallagher

Bill Gallagher, president of International Registries, Inc talks to Lloyd’s List about the importance of acting on diversity, improving safety standards, and why it might publish the Stellar Daisy accident investigation report on its revamped website

US States Crewing

South Korea orders Polaris to rectify vessel's safety issues

South Korea’s Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries discovers 22 unapproved equipment modifications on the Stella Eagle during a safety check

Asia Pacific South Korea

Diana Shipping nets 87% rate boost for charter deal with SwissMarine

Capesize dry bulk carrier to start new employment from March 25, with the deal expected to bring in $7m gross revenue

Europe Greece

EU's biggest shipping registries shun climate change agenda

Rank of climate change ambitions by non-governmental organisation Transport & Environment lists Malta, Greece and Cyprus among the least interested

Europe International

US-China trade war may hurt shipping, says BIMCO

Measures are not likely to have much impact on dry bulk trades, but there may be repercussions for shipping in a broader way, with container trades likely hit

Asia Pacific China
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