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Weekly alert – Yangtze ferry update, Unmanned ships debate, Hebei Spirit

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IHS MARITIME 26NOV2014

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Yangtze ferry disaster ship moved upstream
Yangtze ferry didaster ship moved upstream

Chinese rescue teams have decided to move the stricken Yangtze River ferry Eastern Star upstream to calmer waters to continue to the search for the remaining missing passengers. According to local…
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Insight: Sisi’s canal has global significance
Insight: Sisi's canal has global significance
Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, president of Egypt for almost a year, is a man on a mission. That mission has relevance for trade involving Asia Pacific, Europe, Africa, and the Americas, reports IHS Maritime’s Richard Clayton.
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With the BDI still down, only the most determined sellers will accept current prices, IHS Maritime reports.
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