Finance & Insurance

China’s Central Committee of the Communist Party and The State Council jointly issued the plans for the development of Hong Kong-Macao-Guangdong Great Bay area, aiming to develop the eleven cities…
The UAE’s long awaited new maritime law will include provisions for admiralty courts, a federal maritime chamber and a maritime development fund, Baker McKenzie Habib Al Mulla, the law firm…
Chinese dry bulk transportation companies Sinotrans & CSC Phoenix have announced that parent company Tianjin Shunhang Shipping has applied for liquidation due to debt issues.
The growing appeal of Cyprus as a shipping hub is apparent when one looks at the numbers.
The return of Chinese trade participants from Spring festival failed to create a roar in the Capesize market this week.
Lawyers from Reed Smith liken the raft of uncertainties facing shipowners and charterers in their charter contracts relating to compliance with the IMO’s 2020 sulphur cap to that of the…
Maersk has announced the acquisition of a customs brokerage and logistics US firm Vandegrift Inc. to strengthen and broaden the group’s service offering to customers.
Installation is not the only challenge when it comes to retrofitting a scrubber on an existing vessel, there is also financing where devil is in the details according to lawyers…
At a time when Europe is “experiencing turbulence such as Brexit”, Greece, with oceangoing shipping and its management as the cornerstone of a development plan can become "a pole of…
Labour unions are planning to stage a strike to potentially block the process of Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) acquiring and merging with its smaller rival Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering…
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