Singapore: Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH) Trust plans to launch a dual currency trading of its shares on Singapore Exchange to give greater flexibility and convenience to investors.

Hong Kong: China Rongsheng Heavy Industries is proposing to raise up to RMB3.6bn ($570m) by way of issuing medium-term notes with fixed interest rates.

London: Chinese firm Dongfang Shipbuilding has halted the trading of its shares in London after the resignation of its nominated adviser and broker Northland Capital Partners.

Singapore: Cargotec Corp is looking at listing one of its three arms on the Singapore Exchange. The company is studying the listing Cargotec Marine, which offers integrated cargo flow solutions for maritime transportation and offshore industries, in Singapore.

 

Hong Kong: Titan Petrochemicals Group revealed that it has been hit by non-payment of approximately RMB972.05m ($153.73m) owed by troubled Grand China Logistics.

Singapore: Financially unstable Berlian Laju Tanker (BLT) has appointed a global financial advisory firm and appointed a new vice president for restructuring to help overhaul the company's debt repayment difficulties.

Dubai: Drydocks World has expressed confidence in obtaining support from a majority of its creditors to restructure its debt under its $2.2bn syndicated facility.

Jakarta: Cash-strapped Indonesian shipowner Berlian Laju Tanker (BLT) has defaulted on six bond issues

Singapore: CH Offshore has disposed a 2008-built offshore vessel for $30m to an Indonesian buyer.

Singapore: Swire Pacific Offshore Operations (SPO) has entered into newbuilding orders for platform supply vessels (PSVs) and an acquisition deal.

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