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Two dead after China ship attacks
Two dead after China ship attacks

Two seafarers are reported to have been stabbed to death and a third critically injured on board a Chinese-owned, Liberian-registered ship off the Philippines. It is alleged that another crew member…
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Insight: New World problem, Old World solution
Insight: New World problem, Old World solution
European port infrastructure projects have long been burdened with a stipulation that rarely, if ever, restricts
progress in the Americas, Asia Pacific, or more recently in Africa, reports IHS Maritime’s chief maritime analyst Richard Clayton.
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Insight: Remembering Singapore’s ‘founding father’
Insight: Remembering Singapore's 'founding father'
Lee Kuan Yew’s contribution to Singapore’s maritime industry was pivotal to the prosperity now enjoyed by the city-state, reports IHS Maritime’s Titus Zheng.
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Insight: New generation of PCTCs showcase innovation
The recurrent themes of upscaling and increased efficiency are making an impression in vehicle carrier construction as the forward order book holds steady, by IHS Maritime’s Malcolm Latarche.
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