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Grant Thornton Singapore liquidators to wind up Nan King Maritime

Repost: Resolutions regarding Nan King Maritime (Pte.) Ltd ( 200814303G) were made on Wednesday (6 October), according to a Friday (15 October) notice posted on the Government Gazette. The following resolutions pursuant to Sections 184A to 184F of the companies act are: Special resolution –Winding Up – that the Company be …

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Coal imports to China continue despite outbreaks in Mongolia


Mongolia’s COVID-19 outbreaks unfazed China as the latter continues its imports China is actively importing coal from Mongolia to tide through its power crunch, despite reported COVID-19 outbreaks in the latter landlocked nation. China meanwhile recorded 30 new infections on 20 October 2021. Bright side of (biting) the bullet China’s …

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Dropped iron ore demand pushes Australian producers into panic

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Dominant producers posted drops in output and shipment forecasts Panic caused by declined iron ore demand surfaced in Australia. Giant producers have since adopted conservative approaches in fears of further slumps. Sporadically punctured production China’s construction crisis remained in deadlock with high steel prices and drastic production drops. Its import …

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China’s steel output showing signs of recovery

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Despite production increase, related industries should not be happy just yet China steel output’s marginal increase though boded well for its construction and shipbuilding sector, the cashing in moment remains unclear. Marginal steel output increase A shortage of thermal coal-generated electricity supply accompanied with tightened consumption targets resulted in 18 …

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China’s shipbuilding orders surpassed Korea’s

Korea got dethroned by China for shipbuilding orders in September 2021 Clarksons Research’s latest findings reflected newbuilding orders totalled to 3.28 million compensated gross tonnage (CGT) – translating to 116 vessels for September. The builders were predominantly from China, Korea, and Japan. Surprising turn In terms of newbuilding orders for …

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IMO 2050’s target to reduce GHG emissions by 70 per cent seems possible


This is according to a report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) Though reducing carbon emissions are important for the maritime industry, time is a concern on adopting environmentally-friendly fuels. Moreover, migration rate can also be thwarted by costs – if shipowners are not inclined to invest just yet. …

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Will China “ease up” with Australia to mitigate its coal crunch?


China is suffering from blackouts, leaving analysts anticipating the return of Australian coal Light is badly needed in China since power plants are crippled. At the end of the tunnel would be possible resumption of Australian coal imports, provided the republic gets its priorities right. Not tolerating a dark winter …

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