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An array of crises will keep several world leaders away from the annual World Economic Forum in Davos next week, which takes place against a backdrop of deepening gloom...
76 incidents reported to ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre in 2018, marking 25% year-on-year decrease in Asia, and the lowest in a decade
ABP, the UK’s leading ports operator, recently announced an additional investment to boost facilities at its Port of Hull, bringing the group’s total investment to £250 million since the EU referendum in 2016
When the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced a slew of key farm reports would not be released on Friday due to the partial government shutdown, the phones at crop forecaster Gro Intelligence blew up.
Chinese regulators have updated part of its domestic emission control area (DECA) regulations with effect from 1 January 2019 but has not yet placed a full ban on open-loop scrubbers as reported widely.
The World Bank cut its forecasts for global growth in 2019 and 2020, citing a worsening set of factors from trade tensions to financial-market instability
Amendments to the bunker delivery note relating to the supply of marine fuel oil to ships which have fitted alternative mechanisms to address sulphur emission requirements entered into force on 1 January 2019.
In spite of a depressed fourth quarter in 2018, all segments of the dry bulk freight market saw earnings increase year on year.
APM Terminals Poti and Poti New Terminals Consortium have submitted a conceptual design for the first stage construction permit of Poti Port expansion.
China is back in the market for U.S. soybeans after taking a holiday break, just as Washington and Beijing plan more trade discussions.
Forward Ships' innovative machinery arrangement receives its first official patent right from South Korea, a major shipbuilding nation.
Factory activity weakened across much of Europe and Asia in December as the U.S.-led trade war and a slowdown in demand hit production in many economies
Surging carbon emission prices and higher generating fuels boosted German power in 2018, and with EUAs unlikely to fall back to levels seen in previous years, further support in short-term traded power can be assumed