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Cyprus undertakes maritime digital transformation

Seatrade Maritime News 12 Aug 2022
Cyprus Shipping ministry has signed a new contract to accelerate digitalisation and its concept of a ‘one-stop shop’ for all ministry services ... Shipping minister Vassilios Demetriades, said the ministry “has always been focused on providing an effective, efficient and quality service to support the maritime industry”.
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Donations to teacher wish lists help support students

News-Press Now 12 Aug 2022
It’s that time of year when teachers are back in their classrooms, getting everything ready for the first day of school ... The donor can find an item to donate, buy it and the item ships directly to the teacher. It works similarly to a registry, where after someone purchases an item, it disappears from the list ... They’re helping students, too ... .
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Panama Ship Registry grows by 9.6% in three years

Seatrade Maritime News 11 Aug 2022
The Panama Ship Registry grew 9.6% in tonnage terms since the current administration took over in July 2019, adding 20.4m gt. The registry recorded a total tonnage of 239.4m gt as of July 2022 with 8,587 vessels, according to IHS Markit data ... Ever since the registry ...
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The Panama Ship Registry has grown 9.6% since 2019

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 11 Aug 2022
The Panama Ship Registry has grown in tonnage by 9.6%, adding ...
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Cameroon go-to country for foreign fishing vessels

The Bismarck Tribune 08 Aug 2022
The ships are supposed to abide by that nation's fishing agreements with other countries. But experts say weak oversight and enforcement of fishing fleets by countries with open registries like Cameroon offer shipping companies a veil of secrecy that allows them to mask their operations.
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New Chief Executive to take the helm at the Singapore MPA

Seatrade Maritime News 05 Aug 2022
Quah Ley Hoon is standing down as Chief Executive of the Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) with Teo Eng Dih, from the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) ... The MPA is the regulator of the world’s second largest container port, largest bunkering hub, and fifth largest ship registry. Related ... Related. CMA CGM and MPA sign MoU on decarbonisation.
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Prospects for the maritime industry under the SONA

The Manila Times 02 Aug 2022
Such a mandate revolves on assisting the shipping industry and all pertinent sectors involved in modernizing Philippine sea transport and improving the country's maritime safety record ... without including shipping services ... Running a progressive ship registry could create jobs as an alternative to housekeeping and similar menial tasks overseas.
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Cameroon Becomes a Go-To Country for Foreign Fishing Vessels

Voa News 31 Jul 2022
The ships are supposed to abide by that nation’s fishing agreements with other countries. But experts say weak oversight and enforcement of fishing fleets by countries with open registries like Cameroon offer shipping companies a veil of secrecy that allows them to mask their operations.
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Panama Lending Flag to Most Destructive Fishing Ships

InSight Crime 27 Jul 2022
Panama is attractive to ship owners due to its open registry, which is low cost, allows people of all nationalities to join, and imposes few barriers on the ship's age. Income from Panama-flagged ships is not taxed ... According to a 2018 study, nearly half of the ships in Panama’s registry were Japanese owned.
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AP News Summary at 7:47 a.m. EDT

Bowling Green Daily News 27 Jul 2022
The officials say fighter jets, ships, surveillance assets and other military systems would likely be used to provide rings of protection ... But experts say weak oversight and enforcement of fishing fleets by counties with open registries like Cameroon offer shipping companies a veil of secrecy that allows them to mask their operations.
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AP News Summary at 7:49 a.m. EDT

Traverse City Record-Eagle 27 Jul 2022
The officials say fighter jets, ships, surveillance assets and other military systems would likely be used to provide rings of protection ... But experts say weak oversight and enforcement of fishing fleets by counties with open registries like Cameroon offer shipping companies a veil of secrecy that allows them to mask their operations.
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AP News Summary at 7:42 a.m. EDT

The Philadelphia Tribune 27 Jul 2022
The officials say fighter jets, ships, surveillance assets and other military systems would likely be used to provide rings of protection ... But experts say weak oversight and enforcement of fishing fleets by counties with open registries like Cameroon offer shipping companies a veil of secrecy that allows them to mask their operations.
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AP News Summary at 7:18 a.m. EDT

Killeen Daily Herald 27 Jul 2022
The officials say fighter jets, ships, surveillance assets and other military systems would likely be used to provide rings of protection ... But experts say weak oversight and enforcement of fishing fleets by counties with open registries like Cameroon offer shipping companies a veil of secrecy that allows them to mask their operations.
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AP News Summary at 7:16 a.m. EDT

Bowling Green Daily News 27 Jul 2022
The officials say fighter jets, ships, surveillance assets and other military systems would likely be used to provide rings of protection ... But experts say weak oversight and enforcement of fishing fleets by counties with open registries like Cameroon offer shipping companies a veil of secrecy that allows them to mask their operations.
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AP News Summary at 9:52 a.m. EDT

Killeen Daily Herald 27 Jul 2022
But ships aren't ... The ships are supposed to abide by that nation’s fishing agreements with other countries. But experts say weak oversight and enforcement of fishing fleets by counties with open registries like Cameroon offer shipping companies a veil of secrecy that allows them to mask their operations.

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