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- China's embattled president bets on foreign friends
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Kingston Wharves Port Expansion
According to jamaicaobserver.com, the Kingston Wharves port expansion project will cost up to US$50 million.
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Dutch oorts to appeal EC tax decisionThe Port of Rotterdam Authority, together with the Amsterdam Port Authority, Groningen Seaports, the Moederdijk Port Authority, the Port of Den Helder and Zeeland Seaports, is going to appeal against the decision of the European Commission which states th
Santos Port stevedores to strike on mondayStevedores in Santos, Brazil's largest port, have scheduled a 24-hour strike for Monday, demanding wage hike adjustments for inflation as the country's main commodity markets gear up for the export season.
With sanctions lifted, IRISL resumes service to HamburgThe 207m x 29.8m Azargoun was built for IRISL at what was then the Aker MTW shipyard in Wismar in 2003.
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APM Terminals Completes $1 Billion Grup Maritim TCB AcquisitionAPM Terminals says it has completed the $1 billion acquisition of Barcelona-based Grup Maritim TCB’s port and rail interests, expanding the maritime services’ container terminal portfolio in Europe and Latin America.
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