Bauxite and raw mineral shipments have collapsed as India and Australia fill the gap
- Indonesia ban vexed supramax owners but has opened opportunities
- China’s iron ore demand will remain robust, despite a slowing market
- Better supply-demand balance boosts prospects for dry bulk this year
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Cosco Group yard lands contract for seven bulkers and an accommodation bargeCosco yards win orders worth $100m
Cexim hints at newbuilding opportunities and further co-operation between Vale and Chinese linesA Nippon Steel deal with Vale could shake up the capesize sector
Rates stagnate, but volumes from major suppliers are on the rise notably in the Pacific
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Reported shortfalls of thermal coal suggest a need for more imports, but the monsoon complicates matters
- In a sluggish handy and supra market, some still find reasons to believe
- Indian economic reform could boost supra and handy owners
- Ultra planning
Investors remain confident, but are still awaiting long-term solution
Restis sisters take a majority holding ahead of reboot for Nasdaq-listed owner
Simandou South offers a multi-billion dollar port development contract
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