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Australia’s government is considering a block exemption to the competition law for liner shipping in a move that has been cautiously welcomed by Shipping Australia, the industry’s national association.  Full story >>

Signatories to the Djibouti Code of Conduct have agreed to look beyond piracy and broaden the code’s remit to address other maritime crime in the region.  Full story >>

The fleet of idle container ships above 500 teu has surged to a five-year high of 1.2 million teu and more vessels will join the jobless queue in the coming weeks, according to Alphaliner.  Full story >>

The TEN-T core ports of Turku, Naantali, and HaminaKotka in Finland along with Stockholm in Sweden have teamed up with Äland-based Viking Line to invest in measures to cut shipping's environmental impact in the Baltic Sea.  Full story >>

The manner in which cash-strapped Hyundai Merchant Marine is offloading stakes in affiliates suggests its parent company Hyundai Group is planning to divest the shipping line, an analyst has suggested.  Full story >>

Naess Acquisition, the shipowning arm of Swiss ship management firm Doris Maritime Services, has stunned dry bulk shipping market by fixing one of its ultramax vessels at below-market rates.  Full story >>

P&I Clubs and marine insurers have issued a warning to owners that the danger of cargo liquefaction remains real and have urged that steps are taken to reduce the risk.  Full story >>

The World Bank is assisting Malaysia to develop a national port strategy to better position its ports sector as a critical facilitator of economic growth.  Full story >>

Chinese leaders seldom miss an opportunity to punt their One Belt, One Road trade strategy, and when premier Li Keqiang met with Lithuanian prime minister Algirdas Butkevicius this week he called for more progress in joint railway and port projects.  Full story >>

New safety training resources from Intertanko to be published next year could prove useful for ship operators of all ship types and trades.  Full story >>

Mid-sized South Korean dry bulk shipping company SW Shipping has applied for court protection.  Full story >>

In a deal worth USD200 million, Sweden’s Stena Bulk has ordered three more of its IMOIIMAX medium-range (MR) product tankers from CSSC Offshore & Marine Engineering in Guangzhou, with an option for two more.  Full story >>

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