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    Maritime Weekly
    Business insights for maritime and logistics executives.

    20 October 2017

    Dear {{Name}}
    Maritime Weekly is a newsletter published by Apex Group for Maritime World Services, a business advisory, executive search, and events management platform for the global maritime ecosystem.

    Our editorial board comprising reputed maritime, logistics, and media leaders curates key maritime news and analysis across the seven segments of the maritime and logistics ecosystem, once a week to support you in making informed decisions in the week ahead.

    Over 19,000 senior executives and officials from the global maritime and logistics ecosystem benefit from the insights shared by Maritime Weekly. Key news items for each industry sector, are available at our website. The newsletter is by invitation only.

    What is topical this week

    Trade Lanes - China's exports and imports expected to grow by double digits in 2017; India-Japan cargo swapping pact expected to have an impact on global LNG trade; Challenging outlook for container shipping as rates continue to drop

    Maritime Infrastructure - Manila Terminal of ICTSI has achieved an operations record on berth handling; Cargo movement at Qatar ports have witnessed a steep rise; Thailand's leading private port operator is expanding

    Have a great week ahead.
    The Maritime Weekly Editorial Board.


    Global Maritime Trade

    China's exports and imports expected to grow by double digits in 2017
    China Daily, 14th October, 7 min read
    Thanks to rising demand as a result of improvement in the domestic and global economies, China's foreign trade volume jumped by 16.6 percent year-on-year to USD 3.08 trillion in the first three quarters of this year. Trade surplus shrank by 17.7 percent from the same period a year earlier. Growth in exports and imports is expected to see double-digit gains this year. Read More

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    Maritime Infrastructure

    Manila Terminal of ICTSI achieves operations record
    Hellenic Shipping News, 14th October, 6 min read
    International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI) has achieved new records in productivity and berth activity at its flagship Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) has grown by 22% in August and 13% in September. The terminal operator is expected to spend another $80 million to expand and modernize MICT. Read More


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