What the eurozone crisis means for bulk and tanker trades
- Thursday 14 June 2012, 17:58
ASIA is strong, the west is weak: so is the wisdom of today’s tanker markets.“Crude [oil] demand from China and India [is] outpacing declining demand in the US and Europe,” says Clarksons, the world’s largest shipbroker.The Asian-led good news continues, with Clarksons projecting an...
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