By Akanimo Sampson Angolan Trade Minister, Joffre Van-Dúnem, has said that “the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development’s (UNCTAD) Investment Policy Review (IPR) for his country is key to improve the […]
Gibson Shipbrokers said in a recent report that in the next 20 years when deciding for the type of tanker to invest in, ship owners should take a closer look at future demand for various oil-based products, as things are bound to differentiate considerably, compared to today’s conditions.
With the global shipping industry having just a few months, according to Nicolas Parrot of BNP Paribas, to comply with its new air quality rules, is the sector ready to navigate and finance a more sustainable future?
A seeming worrisome report by a shipbroker, the Allied Shipbroking says the clouds have started to gather on the global economy as of late, with the chances of a recession taking shape having been heightened considerably.
The US-China trade conflict appears to have evolved into a bullish animal. After a plural bouts of tariffs and counter-tariffs, last August 23, Beijing slapped a 5.00% levy on US crude for the first time, targeting a commodity analysts say is already influenced by the trade tensions, and adding to a swathe of US-origin commodities like propane, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and soybeans.