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Monday, September 2, 2013
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News

Piraeus-COSCO Investment Deal Eases Privatisation Prospects

By Harry Papachristou ATHENS, Sept 2 (Reuters) – China’s largest bulk shipper COSCO Holdings Co Ltd has agreed a multi-million euros expansion of

September 2, 2013
Total Views: 4

Friday, July 5, 2013
Raw Video: Cargo Ships Locked Together After Colliding in Aegean Sea
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Raw Video: Cargo Ships Locked Together After Colliding in Aegean Sea

Efforts are underway in Greece to separate two cargo ships that collided in the Aegean Sea on July

July 5, 2013
Total Views: 127

Monday, June 3, 2013
WATCH: Greek Island Ferry Flawlessly Executes Heavy Seas Med Moor (AGAIN!)
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WATCH: Greek Island Ferry Flawlessly Executes Heavy Seas Med Moor (AGAIN!)

Back in March, we posted a video showing a rather high risk ferry docking at a Greek island port in less-than-ideal conditions. Here is another video

June 3, 2013
Total Views: 263

Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Greeks Bet Ship Rout Ending with Surge in Orders

Greeks Bet Ship Rout Ending with Surge in Orders

Greek shipping companies are ordering the most new iron-ore carriers since 2008, betting the five-year rout in charter rates may be nearing an

April 30, 2013
Total Views: 12

Friday, April 19, 2013
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News

Greek Shipowners Play Russian Roulette With Dry Bulk Market

(Bloomberg) — Greek ship owners, who control more vessels than those of any other country, are buying the most iron-ore carriers since before the global

April 19, 2013
Total Views: 16

Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Bomb Explodes Outside Home of Prominent Greek Ship Owner, Nikos Tsakos
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Bomb Explodes Outside Home of Prominent Greek Ship Owner, Nikos Tsakos

ATHENS, March 27 (Reuters) – A makeshift bomb exploded outside the home of a prominent Greek ship owner in central Athens on Wednesday, shattering

March 27, 2013
Total Views: 95

Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Greek Seamen End Strike After Government Order
News

Greek Seamen End Strike After Government Order

ATHENS (Reuters) – Greek ships sailed again from the busy ports of Piraeus and Rafina on Wednesday after the government ordered seamen to end a six-day

February 6, 2013
Total Views: 9

Wednesday, January 16, 2013
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Finance

Greece to Tax Foreign-Flagged Merchant Ships

Jan. 16 (Bloomberg) — Greece will tax merchant ships managed by companies based in the country and sailing under foreign flags for the first time ever as

January 16, 2013
Total Views: 4

Saturday, December 15, 2012
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News

20 Iraqi Migrants Drown Off Greece

ATHENS – A small boat carrying migrants hoping to get to Greece sank near the eastern island of Lesvos early on Saturday, drowning 20 people, Greek

December 15, 2012
Total Views: 11

Thursday, October 4, 2012
Greek Shipyard Workers Take The Offensive, Break Into Defense Ministry
Shipbuilding

Greek Shipyard Workers Take The Offensive, Break Into Defense Ministry

ATHENS–Greek shipyard workers clashed with riot police Thursday after protesters stormed the country’s defence ministry in a dispute over unpaid

October 4, 2012
Total Views: 2

Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Greece’s Deputy Merchant Marine Minister Resigns
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Greece’s Deputy Merchant Marine Minister Resigns

ATHENS–Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has accepted the resignation of Deputy Merchant Marine Minister Giorgos Vernikos, the prime minister’s

June 26, 2012
Total Views: 3

Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Energy Efficiency Focus Fuels New Shipping Strategies on First Day of Posidonia 2012
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Energy Efficiency Focus Fuels New Shipping Strategies on First Day of Posidonia 2012

As persistent high oil prices and the burden of increased regulatory compliance have rendered energy management strategy development crucial for fleet owners

June 5, 2012
Total Views: 3

Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Representing 14% of Worldwide Shipping Fleet, Greece Plots a Gilt-Edged Future
Blog

Representing 14% of Worldwide Shipping Fleet, Greece Plots a Gilt-Edged Future

With its huge axis of interests and expertise, the mainland and island archipelago will play a pivotal role in helping to mould a fuel-efficient and

May 30, 2012
Total Views: 9

Saturday, April 7, 2012
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News

Iran Halts Greek Oil Shipments After Bills Left Unpaid – UPDATE [REPORT]

LONDON -(Dow Jones)- Iran stopped shipping oil to Greece and may halt supplies to Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSB.LN, RDSA, RDSB) over unpaid bills, Iran media

April 7, 2012
Total Views: 106

Monday, March 19, 2012
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News

Dockworker Pensions in Jeopardy While Greek Ferries Remain at Anchor

ATHENS (Dow Jones)–Greece’s ferries remained anchored at the country’s ports Monday as dockworkers launched rolling 48-hour strike action in

March 19, 2012
Total Views: 2

Monday, March 5, 2012
Captain Dies after Greek Tanker Sinks Near Athens
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Captain Dies after Greek Tanker Sinks Near Athens

The 48-year-old captain of a Greek-flagged refuelling tanker has died after his ship sank off the west coast of Athens on Monday, according to a Reuters report

March 5, 2012
Total Views: 11
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