1.China's second -- and the first domestically built -- research icebreaker, Xuelong 2, set sail on Wednesday from its homeport in Shanghai for its first Arctic expedition.
2.Chinese domestic tanker shipping operator Nanjing Shenghang Shipping has applied with the China Securities Regulatory Commission for an initial public offering on Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
3.Chinese state-owned maritime conglomerates are exerting ever greater influence over the Greek ports scene.
4.Coal handling at Zhoushan port in eastern China's Zhejiang province climbed 21.05% year on year to 2.66 million tonnes in June, China News Service reported.
5.China's Maritime Safety Administration on Wednesday signed a deal with the country's state-owned shipbuilder to cooperate in sectors of smart ships and maritime environmental protection.
6.China's crude oil demand will surge next year, as the nation's economic activity recovers strongly following the COVID-19 outbreak.
7.China’s finished steel exports in June dropped 15.9% month on month and 30.3% year on year to 3.70 million mt.
8.Several South Korean ports will have designated national sulphur emission control areas from midnight 1 September 2020.
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