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China lodges tariff case at WTO against the U.S.
China has lodged a complaint against the United States at the World Trade Organization over U.S. import duties, the Chinese Commerce Ministry said on Monday, September 2.
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How the Trade War and a Changing China Are Roiling Global ShippingBy Ann Koh and Serene Cheong (Bloomberg) –The trade war and China’s economic shift made 2018 a tough year for global shipping and will continue to reverberate through the industry, according to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.
U.S.-Asia Tanker Rates Slip from Record Highs as Tanker Fears EaseFreight rates to ship U.S. crude to Asia eased on Tuesday from record levels as the shock of a global tanker shortage due to U.S. sanctions on a Chinese firm began to fade, according to market sources.
Supertankers See Another Windfall with Attack on Iranian ShipSupertankers hauling oil on some of the world’s longest trade trade routes had already been enjoying a massive windfall. Then came a reported attack on an Iranian ship.
Ballast water compliance: what you need to knowThe BWM Convention was recently amended during the 74th International Maritime Organization’s Maritime Environment Protection Committee meeting.
Blow for Iran as Chinese oil group pulls out of flagship gas field projectChinese oil company CNPC has withdrawn from Iran’s flagship hydrocarbons project in a further blow to the Islamic republic’s economy, which has been hammered by US sanctions.
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