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The year 2018 will see an about-turn from looking back a decade to looking forward a decade; that transformation will separate the progressives from the regressives
Moderate growth will become the 'new normal', as China's influence on the port sector grows
Minor recovery expected despite risks from oversupply and extended Opec cut
For the first time in several years, the demand and supply equilibrium should be restored
Long-awaited recovery may be realised finally as stock drawdown continues and fleet growth slows
Economic and trade growth could outstrip fleet expansion in more optimistic scenarios
Freight improvement on the cards as demand and supply rebalance
Merger and acquisition activity will continue to reshape the box trades in the coming year
With leasing growing its footprint in shipping, the industry should learn from a past financial crisis
Shipping needs to step up its efforts to join the fight against climate change
Despite the market bottoming out, more yards face the death knell
Spot rates set to soar on market tightness as tonne-miles increase
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