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A war of words has broken out between both sides of labour dispute at Aqaba Container Terminal (ACT) in Jordan.  Full story >>

Evercore analyst Jon Chappell has significantly reduced his dry bulk rate estimates, but believes the steep stock selloff has been overdone.  Full story >>

DryShips has priced a follow-on stock offering at an unprecedented discount to help cover its looming convertible bond repayment.  Full story >>

Two men have been charged with importing chemicals in two states after a joint Australian Federal Police and Customs operation this week.  Full story >>

Geveran Trading is planning to launch a takeover bid for Flex LNG after its stake had exceeded 40%.  Full story >>

Italy’s ro-ro connections with north Africa and the eastern Mediterranean have flourished in the past decade, according the statistics released this week by the shipowners association Confitarma.  Full story >>

The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) has called for a 10 year moratorium on Arctic shipping according to a report released on 21 October.  Full story >>

Conirma Marine (CMSA) has served an arrest warrant on a vessel owned by Singapore-listed charter services provider Seroja Investments.  Full story >>

After reducing 31% of its 262 executives in cost-cutting measures aimed at restoring profitability, Hyundai HI (HHI) has reorganised itself to improve efficiency.  Full story >>

Singapore-listed offshore marine contractor EMAS Offshore, formerly known as EOC, has reported net profit of $54.7M for the financial year ended 31 August 2014 (FY14).  Full story >>

Japanese shipbuilder Mitsubishi HI subsidiary, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Marine Machinery & Engine (MHI-MME), has said it will license the manufacturing and marketing rights of its marine propellers to a Chinese company.  Full story >>

Taiwanese container carriers Yang Ming, Evergreen and Wan Hai are expected to perform better in 2015 due to the decline of bunker prices, said local securities.  Full story >>

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