Finance & Insurance

Today sees the end of the first ‘Maritime UK Week’, a new initiative held in the same mid-September slot occupied by the biennial London International Shipping Week (LISW) in alternate…
Like a weary boxer, the Capesize freight market crumbled just before the knockout blow of escalating US - China tension.
Shipping giant Maersk Group is set to announce an organisational restructuring according to Danish newswire Ritzau Finans.
Dorian LPG has fired back that BW LPG has been “disingenious” to say it has been unresponsive to the Singapore-owned company's takeover proposals.
Battered offshore supply vessel (OSV) shipbuilder Nam Cheong is looking forward to emerging from its long period of financial troubles with the successful approval and sanction of its scheme of…
Liberia flag vessels will continue to enjoy preferential tonnage dues at China ports with the renewal of a maritime agreement between China and Liberia for another five years.
The business of offshore drilling and exploration, a close cousin of shipping, continues to generate business combinations, also known as “consolidation”, against the backdrop of worldwide economic strength and oil…
China has been recognised as the top international shipping nation according to a new DNV GL and Menon Economics report titled: “The Leading Maritime Nations of the World”.
Vinalines’s IPO fell short of its target of selling a 34.8% stake for $210m, raising just $2.33m (VDN 54.35 Billion) on Hanoi Stock Exchange Wednesday.
Taiwanese-owned Hong Kong-based intra-Asia feeder line is planning an initial public offering in Hong Kong, local media reported.
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