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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.

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Hanwha Ocean expects order growth after operating loss shrinks in 2023

Consecutive annual losses turn around, with net profit of $120m. However, operating profit remains in the red

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