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Control Measures Planned in Xiamen Bay during BRICS Summit

Temporary restrictions are being introduced on the sulfur content of fuel used and the movement of vessels carrying ...

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Minister: No Solution to Gulf Crisis until Bans Are Lifted

The Foreign Minister of Qatar Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said that the Gulf crisis cannot be resolved ...

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Qatar Turns to Oman amid Feud with Neighbors

Qatar is launching a new direct line connecting the Port of Hamad with Omani counterpart, the Port of Sohar, the ...

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More Arab Ports Deny Calls to Qatari Ships

After a number of Arab countries cut diplomatic and trading ties with Qatar, all vessel traffic from and to the ...

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No Reason for Trade Restrictions amid Zika Outbreak

There is no justification for restrictions on travel or trade due to the outbreak of the Zika virus, the ...

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EU: Trade Restrictions Still Prevalent

 The tendency to impose trade-restricting measures remains strong among the EU’s commercial partners, ...

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China Lifts Foreign Investment Restrictions in Shanghai ...

China Lifts Foreign Investment Restrictions in Shanghai's Free-Trade Zone

Chinese government is set to ease restrictions on foreign investments in a number of industries, including the ...

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Restrictions Stifling Australia’s Coastal Shipping

Restrictions Stifling Australia's Coastal Shipping

Over AUD 400 billion worth of international cargo moved across Australian ports in 2012/13, and some 4,900 cargo ...

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US Senate Urged to Dismiss Food Shipping Restrictions

The U.S. relief and development agency ‘Bread for the World’ joined 25 other groups yesterday in ...

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