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July/August 2019 Volume 9 Number 4

CONTENTS “Freight rate recovery will depend on decreased capacity and increased cargo options, both of which hinge on the resolution of current political debates. A trade agreement between the US and China and the reduction or dissolution of current tariffs should improve global economic sentiment and see the ? ow of bulk cargos revive, driving demand for bulk carriers in their primary markets.

Likewise, this could restore stability to oil prices and revitalize the energy market, unlocking investment into infrastructure projects.” 10 Insights The Latest Waterfront Development Hustle By John McLaurin 12 Cyber Security Are You Cyber Safe? By Jeffery Mayger 14 Multipurpose Shipping Outlook Trust and Independence By Kyriacos Panayides

Also in this Edition 8 | Editor’s Note 18 | Statistics: ClassNK’s Port State Control Annual Report 48 | Advertiser’s Index

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