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IHS Weekly alert – China corruption, Carnival orders, LNG market

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IHS MARITIME 26NOV2014

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Beijing puts COSCO and CSIC on anti-corruption list
Beijing puts COSCO and CSIC on anti-corruption list

COSCO and China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC) have been found to be guilty of corrupt practices following inspections by China’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), on…
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Insight: Good news for Costa
Insight: Good news for Costa
The naming Of Costa Cruises’ head of public relations and communications as PR Professional of the Year at the prestigious German PR Report awards underlines the importance of having people in these roles that understand the needs of the media, writes IHS Maritime’s Richard Clayton.
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