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The Podcast comes from Singapore this week, where Lloyd’s List hosted the Asia Trade Outlook Forum, casting a critical eye over the market trends shaping shipping business decisions in the next 12 months. Joining Lloyd’s List Editor Richard Meade to discuss the key takeaways from the forum are the Asia editorial team: Cichen Shen, Vincent Wee, Hwee Hwee Tan and Inderpreet Walia.
Japan has decided to go it alone and send a JSDF force to the Strait of Hormuz. It has refused to link up with the US-led joint protection force. The US is its biggest military ally but it has trade links with Iran, particularly around oil, that it will not want to sever
Eastern Pacific Shipping won the Company of the Year award for its disciplined and bold decisions to invest in the right assets at the right time
France wants the European Union to work on creating a tax on aircraft and ship fuels as part of a push to rein in carbon emissions
The opening of an operations office in Singapore will allow Gazprom Neft to expand its production and logistics network more effectively, said deputy chief executive office for Logistics Anatoly Cherner
In October 1919, Lloyd’s launched the first series of law reports dedicated to shipping matters, a tradition that has now reached a century-long milestone