Tag: , , ,

India disposes of Alang hazardous waste from shipbreaking

NGOs kick against inclusion of South Asian shipbreakers on EU list 

  Environmental organizations are warning that the European Union’s legislation allowing the export of toxic ships to developing countries violates the union...

IMO - emission

World Shipping Council raises concern on EU’s emission plan

  The World Shipping Council (WSC) has raised serious concerns for maritime trade and global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions if the European Union (EU),...

Trade sanctions: Panama loses WTO claim against Colombia

Delayed WTO decision on U.S. tariffs worry EU 

  A delay to a decision on whether the European Union can impose tariffs against the United States over subsidies for Boeing is unjustified and harms the bloc’s...

EU Commission approves shipping support in five countries

EU tackles China’s global trade ambition with landmark tariff

  The European Union fired a warning shot at China over its global trade ambitions with an unprecedented tariff decision to counter Chinese subsidies to exporters....

EU countries move to further reopen borders

EU countries move to further reopen borders

  Some EU countries have announced new steps to reopen their borders with the improvement of the COVID-19 situation inside their countries. German Interior...

EU countries move to further reopen borders

EU countries move to further reopen borders

  Some EU countries have announced new steps to reopen their borders with the improvement of the COVID-19 situation inside their countries. German Interior...

European commission

EU approves Finnish aid scheme to support maritime firms hit by coronavirus

  The European Commission has approved a €600 million (about $671 million) Finnish guarantee scheme to support the maritime companies in the context of the...

Concerns in Singapore over Daewoo, Hyundai Heavy merger 

EU regulators halt probe of Hyundai, Daewoo deal 

  EU antitrust regulators have halted their investigation into world’s top shipbuilding group, Hyundai Heavy Industries’ $1.8 billion merger with Daewoo while...

EU extends exemption for container vessel sharing agreements

EU extends exemption for container vessel sharing agreements

  The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has welcomed an extension of the EU Consortia Block Exemption Regulation (BER) for liner shipping until at least April...

Greek shipowners urged to seek EU funding for low carbon ships

Greek shipowners urged to seek EU funding for low carbon ships

  One of Greece’s most respected shipping voices is urging the industry to chase European Green Deal funding to support the building of low-carbon tonnage....

A.P. Moller-Maersk, Soren Skou

EU antitrust rules hurt European companies’ competitiveness — Maersk 

  Current competition rules in Europe prevent the creation of giant EU companies that would be able to compete with US and Chinese rivals, Søren Skou, CEO of...

Hyundai Heavy submits regulatory application in the EU for DSME deal

Hyundai Heavy, DSME merger will inflate prices, says EU 

  World No. 1 shipbuilding group Hyundai Heavy Industries Holdings Co Ltd’s $1.8 billion merger with rival Daewoo could inflate prices, EU antitrust regulators...