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Finland and Estonia undersea railway: Tunnel solution examined

Finland and Estonia have agreed to look into building an undersea railway tunnel connecting their capitals. The tunnel - expected to cost up to 13bn euros (£10bn; $14bn) - would link up Helsinki and Tallinn, which are separated by the Baltic...

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Four cruise ships joining Carnival’s fleet in 2016

Cruise shipping giant Carnival Corporation & plc said it will launch four new ships in 2016 across four of its global cruise brands. These additions are part of the 17 ships scheduled for delivery for Carnival Corporation’s 10 brands thr...

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Slashing capacity the only way to go for shipping

The shipping industry is to remain volatile and indispensable in 2016, international accountant and shipping adviser Moore Stephens says. According to Moore Stephens shipping partner Richard Greiner, the dry bulk sector will probably have to...

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New wave of bankruptcies for China’s dry bulk companies

The overall business climate in China continues to deteriorate and dry bulk shipping companies, being hit the hardest, are likely to be swept by a new wave of bankruptcies, according to the latest report from the Shanghai International Shipping...

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ITF calls for coronial inquiry into Filipino seafarer death

The International Transport Workers’ Federation has formally called for a coronial inquest into yet another seafarer death on board a Panamanian registered Flag of Convenience coal carrier. Namely, a 26-year-old Filipino national died on 19...

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