Forest product shipments making comeback

Forest product shipments are up. But just how they are moved is an ongoing battle between bulk carriers, containerships and ro-ro vessels.
India’s “infrastructure deficit” grows with little relief in sight

With Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s election came the expectation he would cut the red tape strangling India’s many billion dollars worth of infrastructure projects. Now the “burden of expectations” is a heavy weight on the Modi Government with little relief in sight.

Private equity funding force in ship purchasing
Ship financing enters transitional phase
Well placed, Port of Albany strives to be regional economic engine
“Emerging Nordics” signifies Baltic shift towards Western Europe
Rail Baltica project major step towards linking Baltics

Rail Baltica, the high-speed rail project that will connect Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia with Western Europe, represents a major step toward modernizing transportation infrastructure in the three Baltic countries.
Combating cyber crime

Combating cyber crime can be an expensive proposition but the best weapon might just be “common sense”.
Will autos put the brakes on the Trans Pacific Partnership

The ambitious Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) is edging towards a vote in the US Congress in 2015 or early 2016. But tariffs on the export of motor vehicles could put the brakes on the TPP.

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