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Carol Yang

Shanghai

Carol Yang is Lloyd’s List’s Shanghai-based team member.

She previously worked as a business news reporter for China Global Television Network in Beijing for six years, primarily covering macro-economy and policies.

She graduated from the University of Warwick in 2012 with a Master's degree in intercultural communication and studied data reporting at Columbia University in 2019.

Carol is fluent in Mandarin and English. Beyond her work hours, she enjoys reading, city walking and cycling.

Latest From Carol Yang

Hanwha agrees to buy Philly Shipyard for $100m

The US Navy welcomed the deal and hinted at the possibility of further investment from South Korean shipbuilders

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Mitsubishi Shipbuilding to build Japan’s first methanol dual-fuel ro-ro vessels

Japan’s first methanol dual-fuel ro-ros will be delivered by the end of March 2028 

Sustainability Shipbuilding

Green methanol project planned in China

The project, backed by China’s nuclear power group and Cosco Shipping’s bunkering arm, will cover the lifecycle of green methanol from production to bunkering

Sustainability Fuels

MSC signs 25,000 teu container leasing deals amid box shortage

Many factors, including disruptions caused by the Red Sea crisis, port congestion and an unexpected surge in demand, has contributed to the container shortage

Containers Mediterranean Shipping Co

Japan’s Tsuneishi Shipbuilding targets hard sail commercialisation in 2027

MOL has a similar wind-assisted propulsion system Wind Challenger, aiming at 80 vessels by 2035

Sustainability Technology and Innovation

China Merchants to gain control of Antong in spin-off deal

CMES will focus on its tanker and dry bulker shipping, while Antong could benefit from economies of scale

Containers Consolidation
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