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21 January 2020

China and Myanmar to build new deep-sea port

A new deep-sea port will form the core of a new economic partnership between China and Myanmar after the two countries struck a series of infrastructure deals as part of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

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21 January 2020

TIC 4.0 to drive search for data standards

The Terminal Industry Committee (TIC 4.0), which brings together leading terminal operators, equipment manufacturers and solutions providers to promote, define and adopt standards, has been formally registered during a ceremony in Brussels, Belgium.

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21 January 2020

Shipping must spend at least $1 trillion to meet 2050 goal

The shipping industry will need to invest approximately just under $2 trillion if it is to meet its decarbonization goals, according to a new study from UMAS and the Energy Transitions Commission for the Global Maritime Forum for the Getting to Zero Coalition.

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20 January 2020

Port of LA makes history despite trade war

The Port of Los Angeles had one of its best years on record in 2019 with a cargo throughput of 9,337,632 TEU, just short of its second best 12 months in its 113-year history.

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