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US Container Imports Still Strong ahead of Tariff Increase

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US container imports remain at higher-than-usual levels as a possible increase in tariffs approaches.

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US Strengthens Role as World’s Top Ethane Exporter

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U.S. exports of ethane account for about one-sixth of the country's hydrocarbon gas liquids exports.

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FMC Aims at Carrier Alliances under Amended US Shipping Act

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US: FMC to address antitrust issues in maritime industry consolidation and ocean carrier alliances.

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NRF: US Retail Imports Remain Strong ahead of Tariff Rise

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Imports at major retail container ports in the US remain at unusually high levels before tariffs increase in January.

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US Tightens Security Measures for Ships Arriving from Iraq

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The US imposed additional security measures on vessels arriving from Iraq as of October 26.

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US Crude Oil Exports to China Dropped to Zero in August

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

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

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

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US Criticizes Russia for 'Harassing International Shipping'

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U.S. calls on Russia to cease its 'harassment of international shipping' in the Sea of Azov and the Kerch Strait.

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

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

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US Sanctions on Iran to Affect Greek Owners

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Greek owners are most likely to be affected by the upcoming US sanctions on Iranian ports, shipping and energy sectors.

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NRF: US Imports Set Records ahead of New Tariffs

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US imports have set a number of records ahead of new tariffs on products from China.

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US Releases Another List of Chinese Imports to Face Tariffs

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

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EU Takes Action to Shield Itself from US Tariffs

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The European Union has introduced “provisional safeguard measures” concerning imports of a number of ...

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U.S. Imports to Set New Record as Tariffs Take Effect

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U.S. container ports to set a new import record in July as new tariffs on goods from China enter into force.

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CMA CGM Pulls Out of Iran due to U.S. Sanctions

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CMA CGM is exiting Iran after the Trump administration imposed sanctions on companies operating in the country.

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NRF: Tariffs against China to Hurt Recent Economic Progress

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NRF: Trump administration's tariffs on USD 50 billion of Chinese imports would undermine recent economic progress.

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US "Alarmed" by Missile Strike on Turkish Ship off Yemen

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US said it was "alarmed" by the missile strike on a Turkish wheat ship earlier in May.

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IMO Approves Proposal on Bering Strait Shipping Routes

IMO has given the green light to a joint US-Russian proposal on regulating shipping in the Bering Strait.

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NRF: US Container Imports to Rise despite Threat of Tariffs

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NRF: Imports at major US retail container ports are to grow steadily despite the prospect of heavy tariffs from China.

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US Sanctions against Venezuela "Cause for Concern"

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Sanctions imposed by the US against Venezuela are now starting to impact shipments in the tanker market.

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Growing US Imports Threatened by Developing Trade War

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NRF: Imports at US container ports are to grow 5.8 percent in April, but could be threatened by a developing trade war.

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