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China’s Jiangsu province to halt imports of coking and thermal coal

Coal market participants in Jiangsu, China, have received notice from Jiangsu port agents of an impending halt to imports of coking and thermal coal, sources said Wednesday.

Hyundai Heavy submits application for EU approval on Daewoo Shipbuilding takeover

Hyundai Heavy Industries Group, South Korea’s leading shipbuilding conglomerate, said Wednesday it has submitted an application to the European Union (EU) for approval for its proposed takeover of local rival Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co.

Government supports infrastructure improvements at the Port of Trois-Rivières

The Government of Quebec has confirmed that it will provide US$2 492 595 in financial assistance to the Trois-Rivieres Port Authority for the development of an outdoor storage space, a multi-purpose shed and an oversized equipment warehouse.

Shipping’s voyage to zero carbon is uncertain

The global marine industry is increasingly focused on reducing its carbon footprint. In fact, over the next 10 years, the only issue seen as having a greater impact is a potential global financial crisis...

BHP says it is unaffected by sanctions on China’s COSCO

The sanctions imposed by the United States on subsidiaries of Chinese state-owned group COSCO have not affected the world’s biggest dry bulk shipper BHP , the mining company said, after carrying out due diligence to check.

Port of Rotterdam Authority scales back Brexit measures

Following recommendations from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Port of Rotterdam Authority has again put its preparatory measures for a No-Deal Brexit on hold.

China’s 2019 coal imports set to rise more than 10%

China, the world’s top coal buyer, is on track to boost imports of the fuel by more than 10% this year, traders and analysts said on Tuesday, countering earlier expectations that shipments would be capped by Beijing at the same level as 2018.

Going overboard? Shipping rules seen shifting pollution from air to sea

New global rules forcing ships to reduce air pollution by using cleaner fuels will see more sulphur and nitrates dumped into the oceans, analysts and civil society leaders say.

Global economy slows, recession risk hangs in the balance

Economic growth around the world has slowed to a crawl but (so far) there are few signs of the second-round effects on jobs, income and spending that would turn a significant slowdown into an outright recession.

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