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Shiphandling the focus for Nautical Institute’s annual conference

Opened by Agnes Wong Tin-yu, Director of Marine for Hong Kong SAR, yesterday's conference gave rise to a lively and stimulating debate on the subject of Shiphandling.

IGC: 70 years of global market monitoring of grains, rice and oilseeds

To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the International Grains Council (IGC)

Slower Growth From Unresolved Trade Tensions Harms Global Trade Volumes

Economic growth around the world is slowing, and several governments – including Germany, China and South Korea – have announced stimulus packages to boost their economies.

Meeting of the International Grains Council

Members of the International Grains Council (IGC) convened for the 49th Council Session in London on 10 June 2019.

The importance of transparency in the global coal supply chain

There is a growing desire to know how products are made, where the components come from, what is the carbon footprint of the product you hold in your hands.

Issue 21 of The Navigator keeps a ‘weather eye’

How to forecast, prepare for and deal with the weather is the theme for the 21st issue of The Navigator...

IMO 2020 regulations expected to have tangible effects on steel industry

New IMO 2020 regulations expected to have tangible effects on steel industry, says WoodMac

Only international action will stop increase in piracy

A fresh annual report from the International Maritime Bureau shows that attacks in West Africa helped push piracy numbers up in 2018.

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