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The Global Shippers’ Forum (GSF) says the proposed P3 alliance requires “very careful scrutiny” by the US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC).
Malaysia-based shipping line Hubline plunged to a 2013 full year net loss due to a significant jump in expenses.
The European Commission’s (EC) suspicions of anti-competitive behaviour by liner shipping companies have moved on. Two years ago they centred on direct “price fixing” via secret collusion between competing lines,…
Dubai's selection as host city for the 2020 World Expo event was announced in Paris this afternoon, sparking wild celebrations across the UAE.
Net income at Ship Finance International (SFL) dropped to $13m in the third quarter this year, from $35m in the same period of 2012.
Maersk Line, MSC and CMA CGM, the three lines hoping to form the groundbreaking P3 alliance, are all under investigation and subject to legal proceedings for price fixing by the…
Chile’s Compañía Sudamericana de Vapores (CSAV) has reported a loss of $46.7m for the third quarter of 2013, which compares with earnings of $34.3m in the second quarter of this…
Maersk Line says it has been informed it is part of the European Commission’s (EC) formal antitrust investigations but does not believe it contravened European competition laws.
Singapore’s Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) says it is not involved in antitrust proceedings by the European Commission (EC) over alleged price fixing on the Asia – Europe trade.
Antitrust investigations into several container lines have intensified as the European Commission (EC) announced formal proceedings against undisclosed companies.
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