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Huge seaport in Haiphong to get off ground this month
The colossal Lach Huyen International Port project in the northern province of Haiphong is finishing final procedures to get off the ground this month.

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Priority to supporting industries, seaports
After three years of implementation, the Japan - Vietnam Economic Partnership Agreement has expanded trade and strengthened economic relationship between the two countries. On this basis, in order to attract more investment from Japan, Ba Ria - Vung Tau has defined priority areas of calling for investment.

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Seaports are busy on first day of 2013
On January 1, Cai Lan Port in the northern province of Quang Ninh received the first cargo vessel of 2013, the CHUETSU SPIRIT from the Philippines .

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Workshop on human resources development in port exploitation and logistic services
On December 12th, at the Imperial Hotel (Vung Tau City), BR-VT People’s Committee in collaboration with the Vietnam Maritime Administration, Vietnam Freight Forwarders Association (VIFFAS), Vietnam Logistics Review Magazine held a workshop "Solutions to develop human resources in port exploitation and logistics services".

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Asian shippers say 'critical need' for regulatory reform - Transpac box rate increases 'incomprehensible'
Asian shippers say there is an "added urgency" to the push for regulatory reform in shipping in the region, as they slam "incomprehensible" box rate increases on the transpacific trade.

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More Indian ports clamour for relaxation of cabotage
In the wake of the Indian government's relaxation of cabotage rules for containerised cargo for DP World's Vallarpadam terminal in Kochi, the Shipping Ministry has started receiving demands from other box-handling ports like Jawaharlal Nehru port (JNPT) and Visakhapatnam for similar concessions.

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Panayiotak vessel docked Baria Serece port
Mr.Le Van Chien, Director of Vung Tau Maritime and Port Authority said that, at 12 a.m of October 15th, Panayiotak (South of Korea) with summer DWT of 92,018 tons, 229 meters of length, carried 74,000 tons of goods docked Baria Serece port safety. This is the biggest bulk carrier vessel which has dock the port up to now.

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Dearth of cargo sees port investors coming up short
With this price [below $40], most ports are suffering losses - Nguyen Xuan Ky Deputy director of Cai Mep International Port

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Cargo through ports lessen
As reported by the Department of Transport, the amount of cargo through seaports in the first nine months of 2012 reached 37.6 million tons, by 96% in the same period last year (39.15 million tons). In particular, the biggest drop was the transit cargo (12.5 / 18 million tons); cargo in container slightly increased by approximately 121% compared with the same period in 2011 (5.6 / 4.5 million tons); dried commodities reached 103% over the same period last year (9.7 / 9.2 million tons); liquid commodities had a slightly raise (9.8 / 7.4 million tonnes). In comparison with the average growth was about 20%, especially in 2011, an increase of 40% showed the commodities in 2012 has leveled off.

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Da Nang port to be modernised
An almost VND3 billion scheme has been adopted to upgrade the management and utilisation system of Da Nang port into a modern container port in central Vietnam.

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