FEED (International)

FEED (International)



94. The Beginning of the Ocean Network Express

As of October 31st, 2016, the establishment of the Kawasaki KisenKaisha, Ltd., Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd., and the Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha joint venture was announced, however it was not until yesterday that the official title was released. When

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87. Pacific Maritime Domain Awareness

Last week at the Pacific Maritime Domain Awareness Workshop in Sydney, regional cooperation as well as coordinated response was a key theme to combat the challenging landscape of maritime threat. The workshop was hosted between the 26th and the 28th

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82. Indian FTA Still Some Time Away

It has been six years since the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) between Australia and India was first launched. Since then, there has been nine official rounds of negotiations, which last occurred in September 2015. This week Malc

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68. PACER Agreement in Fiji

This week Assistant Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, the Hon Keith Pitt, on his first official visit to Fiji, will be discussing the prospect of enhancing economic, trade and investment ties with the island. Mr Pitt stated that the "clo

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65. Trump Rejects Trans-Pacific Partnership

Newly sworn in United States President Donald Trump has officially signed an executive order withdrawing from the Trans-pacific Partnership, now consisting of 11 countries (Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru,

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64. Australia & Japan's Bulk Liquid Hydrogen Shipping

Last week, in Canberra, Australia and Japan signed a memorandum at the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) headquarters to, for the first time ever, allow bulk liquid hydrogen shipments. Currently, in Japan, ship containment systems are being

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60. Etihad In Hard Time: Layoffs and Pulled Investment

UAE airline, Etihad Airways is set to lay off staff and restructure it's European investment after weakened global economic conditions have taken a toll on the market stability of the company. While currently the number of jobs to be redundant have n

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58. Have China's Exports Turned Around?

For the first time in eight months China's Export have finally made a YoY growth of 0.1% per Month of USD196.81b. This follows a trail of sluggish economic performance in China, with YoY export data for September at a 10% decrease, then 7.3% decrease

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57. Free Trade for the UK

Last Wednesday (30th December), Steven Ciobo, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, met with the UK's International Trade Minister, Lord Price to discuss a proposed Australia-UK free trade agreement once the Brexit leave is completed.

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56. Black Friday Billions

Black Friday has always been a day that consumers have looked out, but it was last Friday that the day made history, surpassing the $3Billion mark of online spending in a single day (a 21.6% increase YoY). Over the Thanks-Giving period, more than $5B

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