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Shipping surcharge probe completed
The Ministry of Transport has sent a report to the Prime Minister concerning surcharges applied to local firms by foreign ship owners, one month after an investigation team was established to conduct the probe.

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Indian naval ships visit Vietnam
Indian Rear Admiral HCS Bisht, Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet of Indian Navy steered two Indian naval ships named INS Delhi and INS Kirch to pay a visit to Ho Chi Minh City from May 10 - 13.

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Vietnam seeks more public-private partnerships
The Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) held a seminar on a public-private partnership (PPP) programme between Vietnam and investors in Hanoi on May 12.

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Danish vessel aground in southern Vietnam
A 367-meter-long Danish container ship named Grete Maersk with a loading capacity of 115,000 tonnes went aground off Vung Tau coast in southern Vietnam Tuesday morning when it was on the way to Malaysia.

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Hapag-Lloyd brings Bremen cruise ship to Vietnam
Hapag-Lloyd Cruises will start on May 17 to bring the Bremen cruise ship for a seven-day nationwide tour taking in HCMC then Danang, Haiphong and Halong.

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Measure sought to counter high shipping fees
The Ministry of Transport is weighing a measure to help prevent local businesses from inappropriate shipping charges and surcharges imposed by ship owners.

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Shipping surcharge probe nearly done
A Ministry of Transport investigation being conducted to resolve problems with new shipping surcharges imposed by international ship owners is due to be completed before the end of the month.

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Shipping giant on a prosperous voyage
During his first visit to Vietnam last week, A.P. Moller-Maersk Group chief executive officer Nils Smedegaard Andersen told VIR about the group's strong commitment to Vietnam's growth and development of the country’s shipping industry.

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Construction of 1st int'l transshipment port remains sluggish
Nearly two years after work was started, the construction of Van Phong international transshipment port in the central Khanh Hoa Province has stalled due to slow construction progress.

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Asia's largest ship lift to be developed in Vietnam
Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, has today announced that it is to develop the largest ship lift in Asia, at a new repair yard near Hai Phong, Vietnam. This follows a decision to extend the Syncrolift ship lift currently being installed, which will be capable of docking Panamax size commercial ships.

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