Sailcargo Returning to Basics to Tackle Emissions

Ceiba

Sailcargo goes back to the roots of shipbuilding industry.

Trade War Has Taken Its Toll on US Soya Bean Exports

Peter Sand

U.S. soya bean exports marked a 43 percent drop year-on-year during the first twelve weeks of the 2018/19 marketing year.

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ICS: International Trade Not a Zero-Sum Game

ships in Singapore

Challenging of the proven benefits of multilateralism in global trade by the U.S. could pose serious threats.

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South Korea Largest Long-Distance Importer of US Crude Oil

Tanker

US crude oil exports to China drop to zero for the second month in a row.

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Tanker Market to Benefit from Iranian Sanctions

Euronav tanker

Euronav pointed to three caveats to a more positive outlook for the tanker market.

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Scorpio Axes Nine-Month Loss

bulker

For the nine-month period Scorpio cut its loss from last year's USD 58.7 million to USD 5.3 million.

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Qatar Petroleum Pens 5-Year LPG Supply Deal with China

LPG Ship

Qatar Petroleum to directly supply China with 600,000 metric tons of LPG per year for a period of five years.

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Port of Corpus Christi Breaks Tonnage Record

Tanker in the Port of Corpus Christi

The Port of Corpus Christi unfazed by the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China.

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Investor Confidence in China Hurt by Trade War

trade war

IMF: Investor confidence in China has declined due to the ongoing trade tensions between the US and China.

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BIMCO: Iran No. 1 Buyer of US Soya Beans

Bulker

Iran has emerged as the biggest buyer of U.S. soya beans in the aftermath of trade tensions between China and the U.S.

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US Crude Oil Exports to China Dropped to Zero in August

Peter Sand

US seaborne exports of crude oil to China dropped to zero in August.

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Report: U.S. Crude Shipments to China Grind to a Halt

tanker

The ongoing trade tensions have resulted in the complete freeze of U.S crude oil shipments to China.

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UNCTAD: Trade Wars a Symptom of a Deeper Malaise

Donald Trump

UNCTAD believes recent rounds of tariff hikes will disrupt a trading system drawn increasingly around value chains.

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China Moves Forward with Tariffs on USD 60 Bn of US Goods

China

China is responding to US' latest tariffs with levies on USD 60 billion of imported US products.

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Panama Canal Not Impacted Yet by US-China Trade Tensions

Jorge Quijano

Quijano: So far, the canal has not experienced any effects from this commercial debate. 

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BIMCO: Trade War Crossfire to Seriously Hit Shipping

Shipping

BIMCO: The long list of tariffed goods has been made longer as the US proposed tariffs on goods worth USD 200 billion.

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US Ports Urge Gov't to Consider Bad Impact of Trade Tariffs

Port

Tariffs on Chinese products and retaliatory responses to cover 8.4% of trade through US ports by value.

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US Releases Another List of Chinese Imports to Face Tariffs

Tanker

The US unveils the second list considering Chinese imports valued at USD 16 billion.

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Report: Unipec Halts Crude Oil Imports from U.S.

Tanker

Unipec has reportedly suspended imports of crude oil from the U.S. amid brewing trade war between the U.S. and China.

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CK Hutchison: Trade Disputes May Affect Port Business in H2

Port

CK Hutchison expects trade conflicts to impact its port business in the second half of the year.

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EU, US Agree to Hold Off Further Tariffs, Boost LNG Trade

Trump, Juncker

Junker and Trump agreed to work toward zero tariffs and boost trade relations, mainly of soybeans and LNG.

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1 Pct of World Loaded Traffic Could Be Lost to Trade War

containership

Drewry: the threat of tensions further intensifying with new tariffs is likely to be very damaging for the sector.

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