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ITF Slams US over Plans to Revoke Seafarer Visas


The U.S. said it would deny seafarers a visa if they work on board a vessel carrying Iranian oil.

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Oil Aboard Iranian Tanker Sold to Unknown Buyer


The government spokesman said that the owner and purchaser of the oil will decide the destination of the cargo.

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Stronger US-China Ethane Trade to Boost Demand for VLECs


Ethane trade on the U.S.-China route has the potential to create demand for about 30 VLECs, Drewry said.

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US Issues Warrant to Seize Iranian Tanker Grace 1


US DoJ issued a warrant to seize the tanker "based on violations of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act."

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US FTA Supports Ferry, Terminal Projects with USD 32.8 Mn


US FTA awards USD 32.8 million to selected ferry projects.

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US Seeks to Block Release of Grace 1 in Gibraltar


Gibraltar was to lift the detention on the ship this morning.

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NRF: Retail Imports Remain at Near-Record Levels


NRF's overall outlook is more pessimistic than last month as US introduces new 10 percent tariffs.

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UK Joins US in Strait of Hormuz Maritime Security Mission

Stena Impero

The Royal Navy would work alongside the U.S. navy to assure safety of ships in the area.

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Australia Mulls Joining Strait of Hormuz Coalition

AUSMIN talks

Australia is giving "serious consideration"to the U.S. request.

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Trump to Add Tariffs on Another USD 300 Bn of Chinese Goods

US President Donald Trump

Trump would implement the 10% tariff on USD 300 billion worth of Chinese goods from September 1.

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NRF: Imports at Top US Container Ports to Rise Modestly

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Imports at the US major retail container ports will remain at high levels this summer but are to grow only modestly.

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US Removes Sanctions on PB Tankers


PB Tankers was removed from the list after terminating its contract with Cuban state-run company Cubametales.

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LA Port Argues Against New Tariffs on Chinese Goods


Tariffs would impact some 66 percent of all imports by value at the San Pedro Bay.

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US Says Iran is Behind Tanker Attacks in Gulf of Oman

Frontline's tanker Front Altair

U.S. Secretary of State said that intelligence officials have "lots of evidence" to support this claim.

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US to Inject USD 292 Mn into Its Ports

US ports

US aims to improving safety, efficiency, and reliability of its ports through the new program.

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Trump Administration Bans Cuba Cruise Ship Port Calls

Cruise ships in port

In the latest wave of Cuba restrictions, the Trump administration banned cruise ship stops to the island nation.

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Latest China Tariffs to Negatively Impact Port, LNG Sectors


China's hike in tariffs on US imports will negatively affect LNG and port sectors.

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China Retaliates against US Tariffs Hike

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China is to raise the rate of additional tariffs imposed on some of the imported U.S. products from June 1.

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NRF: Latest Tariffs Are Too Great a Gamble for US Economy

US President Donald Trump

US released a list of USD 300 billion of Chinese goods that will be targeted by additional tariffs of 25 percent.

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NRF: US Imports Rising Ahead of Expected Tariffs Hike

Long Beach terminal

Imports at US container ports to see unusually high levels for the remainder of spring and through the summer.

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US Seizes North Korean Bulker for Violating Sanctions

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North Korea's bulker seized for allegedly violating U.S. and UN sanctions by illicitly shipping coal from the country.

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