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Shipping and Transportation

US ports look to consumers for

by Reuters on September 23, 2013
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DETROIT - Wanted by American ports, truckers and railroads: U.S. consumers, willingness to “shop till you drop” desirable.

EU court rules to lift sanctio

by Reuters on September 23, 2013
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BRUSSELS/LONDON – The European Union’s efforts to impose economic sanctions on Iran suffered a new setback on Monday when a top court ruled that measures against the Islamic Republic’s biggest cargo carrier should be lifted.

Airbus has 100 commitments fo

by Reuters on September 23, 2013
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SINGAPORE - Airbus is getting closer to a firm order for the upgraded variant of its A320 aircraft in China after securing commitments for 100 of the re-engined, more fuel-efficient planes, including some deals already announced.

Singapore Air, Tata plan new a

by Reuters on September 23, 2013
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NEW DELHI - India’s Tata Group and Singapore Airlines plan to form a full-service airline based in New Delhi, adding a deep-pocketed player to a fast-growing but competitive Indian aviation sector where most operators lose money.

Mideast crude tanker rates wea

by Reuters on September 23, 2013
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LONDON – Crude oil tanker earnings on the major Middle East route stayed under pressure on Tuesday with a surplus of vessels weighing on rate sentiment.

Orders climb at China’s shipya

by Reuters on September 20, 2013
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CHINA - China’s troubled shipbuilding sector has returned to the top of the global league this year, ahead of South Korea and Japan, but the headline numbers hide a concentration of orders at a few big yards that could offer a blueprint for the industry’s future.

FedEx sees rise in express shi

by Reuters on September 20, 2013
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WASHINGTON - Shares of FedEx Corp jumped as much as 4 percent on Wednesday after the shipping company said cost cuts helped it to post a better-than-expected quarterly profit, and it announced rates would increase next year for express shipping amid improving global economic conditions.

China opens world’s highest

by Reuters on September 20, 2013
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BEIJING - China opened the world’s highest civilian airport, in a restive and remote Tibetan region of southwestern Sichuan province, which will cut journey times from the provincial capital from two days to a little more than one hour.

ICTSI to co-develop Colombia p

September 19, 2013
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International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI)  yesterday reported that together with PSA International Pte. Ltd. (PSA) they develop and operate the Aguadulce Port container terminal in Aguadulce, Colombia.

PPP revises berthing rules at

September 19, 2013
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The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has revised  berthing guidelines at the North Port in anticipation of more domestic vessels using the terminal once it is open for commercial operations.

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About noxious candles; man’s cunning

By DAHLI ASPILLERA | January 19,2018
‘Few things set the romantic atmosphere of the gentle flicker of a fragrant candle’s flame, be it on the dining table, in the bathroom, on the backyard table on a starry night.’

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Carpio’s terms for PH Rise research

By ELLEN TORDESILLAS | January 19, 2018
‘China should not be allowed to conduct marine scientific research in Philippine Rise which the United Nations Commission on the Law of the Sea has recognized as part of the Philippine extended continental shelf.’