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Kingston shipbuilder makes waves with high-performance vessels

Ottawa Business Journal 15 Jan 2021
It’s a list of requirements that Kingston-based MetalCraft Marine knows well ... “We’re all about growth,” says MetalCraft Marine president Bill Connor, noting that the company’s revenues have more than doubled over the past seven years ... MetalCraft Marine was launched in 1987, when founder Monty Smith bought Kingston Aluminum Yachts.
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Andhra Pradesh govt set to install security equipment in fishing boats

The Times of India 03 Jan 2021
A survey conducted after the lockdown was eased revealed that all marine fishing boats in the state should be fitted with bio-toilets. Meanwhile, the Union fisheries ministry is keen to install transponders in all marine fishing boats in the country following instances of fishing boats crossing Indian marine limits and drifting into foreign waters.
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Five Indians, one Bangladeshi flee from Oman to Kanyakumari in employer’s fishing boat, all 6 arrested

The Times of India 13 Dec 2020
Five fishermen from district and a fisherman from Bangladesh, who were working in Oman, fled from their employer in a fishing vessel and reached Muttom in Kanyakumari district on Saturday night ... They claimed that their passports are with their employer, who refused to hand it over to them,” a marine police officer told TOI.
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IRClass wins contracts in Bangladesh

Dry Bulk 09 Dec 2020
Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass), an international ship classification society, has won two classification contracts with Bangladesh’s leading companies, Toggi Shipping & Logistics Ltd (a SBU of Bashundhara Group) and Three Angle Marine Limited.
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How exporters can crack the EU market

Business Line 24 Nov 2020
India is the EU's ninth largest trading partner with 2.4 per cent of the bloc’s overall trade ... EU imports more marine products from ASEAN than India despite its longer coastline. A tiny country like Bangladesh exports more labour intensive products such as apparels and leather products than India ... The writer is Professor at NCAER.
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Delhi supports PCA mandate to resolve disputes: Shringla

Indian Express 22 Nov 2020
Upholding of international law is central to our diplomacy and, in fact, our world view.” ... India has always advocated freedom of navigation in South China Sea ... As examples, he cited Kishenganga Arbitration with Pakistan under Indus Water Treaty; the Maritime Boundary delimitation with Bangladesh; and the Italian Marines case ...   ... Tags ... Live Blog ... .
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Upholding international law central to our diplomacy: FS Harsh Shringla

DNA India 21 Nov 2020
The upholding of international law is central to our diplomacy and in fact our world view." ... Looking forward to working with new US administration ... Well-known examples include, Kishenganga Arbitration with Pakistan under the Indus Water Treaty, the Maritime Boundary delimitation with Bangladesh, and the Italian Marines Case. Also read ... .
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Singapore: Helping the migrant workers who pay to get jobs

BBC News 13 Nov 2020
There are more than 350,000 foreigners working in Singapore in the construction and marine sectors. Most are from Bangladesh and India, and many toil under a burden of huge debt which they incur from agents who help to arrange the job ... He earns around $700 each month and sends much of that back to his family in Bangladesh.
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VPT dedicates team to re-float stranded vessel

The Times of India 17 Oct 2020
VISAKHAPATNAM ... The vessel contains 50MT of oil on board ... The vessel had anchored at on September 19 in ballast condition to load 2,800MT of quartzite before heading to the in Bangladesh. The vessel owner’s protection and indemnity (P&I) club appointed MS Gill Marine on October 13 to remove fuel oil from the vessel ... Download ... City. .
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UK and Canada join EU to end ‘catastrophic’ biodiversity loss

Business Day 28 Sep 2020
Separately on Monday, more than 60 countries — also including EU states, Britain and Canada — committed to 10 actions to reverse the loss of biodiversity by 2030, including integrating nature protection into Covid-19 recovery plans, increasing financing to protect the natural world, and clamping down on marine pollution and deforestation.
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Britain, Canada, EU throw weight behind 2030 biodiversity protection goal

Metro USA 28 Sep 2020
... by 2030, including integrating nature protection into COVID-19 recovery plans, increasing financing to protect the natural world, and clamping down on marine pollution and deforestation. The pledge was signed by countries including Mexico, Bangladesh, Germany and Norway.
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Myanmar's maritime trade reaches 23.9 bln USD in 11 months of current FY

Xinhua 10 Sep 2020
About 80 percent of Myanmar's foreign trade is done through sea-borne trade and its border trade is being conducted with four neighbouring countries -- China, Thailand, India and Bangladesh, respectively.
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