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Joshua Minchin

News Reporter, Lloyd’s List Intelligence


Joshua is our London-based news reporter. Before joining Lloyd’s List, he worked on various b2b publications at Russell Publishing, including as Editor of New Food.

Joshua holds a History and German degree from the University of Sheffield and is a long-suffering Sheffield United fan.

Aside from reading too many history books, Josh enjoys playing golf and watching all sports.

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