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Billionaires from Hong Kong to Arkansas exposed to Adani crashTurmoil surrounding Adani's businesses means consequences ...

Deccan Herald 04 Feb 2023
Malaysia’s richest man, a powerful shipping tycoon and the world’s two wealthiest families are just a few of the high-profile names caught up in the unraveling of Gautam Adani’s empire ... of Malaysia richest person, Hong Kong resident Robert Kuok, is one of Adani’s oldest partners.
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China boosts imports of fuel oil blended from Russian barrels

FX Empire 03 Feb 2023
These have been flooding the ship-to-ship transfer hubs of Malaysia and United Arab EmiratesFujairah since the second quarter of 2022 ... Shipping records show the companies have chartered several fuel oil shipments from Malaysia’s Tanjung Pelepas port to Zhoushan and Hong Kong over the last four months.
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China ramps up fuel oil imports blended from Russian crude media

Beijing News 03 Feb 2023
Russian oil has been reportedly flooding the ship-to-ship transport hubs in Malaysia and UAE' Fujairah since the second quarter of 2022, traders told the agency. To clear the way for ship insurance and financing traders blend barrels of the Russian origin with other oils to rebrand the supplying country of fuel oil ... (RT.com) ....
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China ramps up fuel oil imports blended from Russian crude – media

Russia Today 03 Feb 2023
Russian oil has been reportedly flooding ship-to-ship transport hubs in Malaysia and the UAE since the second quarter of 2022, traders told the agency. To clear the way for ship insurance and financing, traders blend barrels of Russian origin with other oils to rebrand the supplying country and avoid sanctions ... .
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Costa Serena Resumes Sailing Six Months Early with First Asian Cruises

The Maritime Executive 02 Feb 2023
In a positive step forward for the return to cruising in Asia, Costa Cruises announced that it has formed a partnership with Asian travel organizations to return the Costa Serena cruise ship to service as the first Costa ship in the region since the 2020 suspension of cruise operations.
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VIRAL: Bangladeshi kid playing hide and seek reaches Malaysia

The Times of India 01 Feb 2023
Unexpectedly, a 15-year-old Bangladeshi kid wound up 2,000 kilometers away in Malaysia after accidentally dozing off while playing hide and seek ... 15 year old boy from Bangladesh was apparently playing hide and seek with his friends, he decided to hide in a shipping container, he fell asleep and was found 6 days later in Malaysia.
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ReCAAP ISC: Three armed robbery incidents against ships in Asia

SAFETY4SEA 01 Feb 2023
The Centre further advised ships ... For ships transiting the area, the ship masters and crew are strongly encouraged to exercise extra vigilance and report all incidents immediately to the Operation Centres of the Philippines and Eastern Sabah Security Command (ESSCOM) of Malaysia.
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Bangladesh boy hides in shipping container which ends up in Malaysia

Canoe 31 Jan 2023
Story continues below ... Bangladesh boy hides in shipping container which ends up in Malaysia Back to video ... A 15-year-old Bangladesh boy was playing an innocent game of hide-and-seek when he found himself trapped for six days in a shipping container which ended up in Malaysia, FOX News reported ... 11 ... 17 in West Port, Malaysia, on a commercial ship ... .
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Boy ends up in a different country after playing hide and seek

Jamaica Observer 31 Jan 2023
According to the Mirror, the boy, who is known as only Fahim, was shipped from Bangladesh to Malaysia after hiding in a shipping container while playing with friends in the port city of Chittagong ... on January 11, arriving in Malaysia's Port Klang on the 17th.
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Boy playing hide-and-seek found in different country after nearly a week

Khaleejtimes 30 Jan 2023
A 15-year-old boy who was playing hide-and-seek in Bangladesh was discovered in Malaysia, a few days later ... container, which was then loaded onto a ship.
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15-year-old boy played hide-and seek-in a shipping container — and got sent overseas

Raw Story 30 Jan 2023
A teenage boy in Bangladesh who was playing hide and seek in a shipping container turned up in another country six days later, reported Fox 13 Tampa Bay on Monday ... "The container was then shipped to West Port, Malaysia, on a commercial ship.
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Boy playing hide-and-seek found in another country six days later

New York Post 29 Jan 2023
The container was then loaded on a commercial ship headed to Malaysia, where the boy was discovered in West Port six days later on January 17 ... locked in a shipping container that made a similar voyage from Chittagong to Malaysia’s Penang port, according to the India Times.
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Boy plays hide-and-seek, ends up in a foreign country

The Jerusalem Post 29 Jan 2023
A 15-year-old boy accidentally locked himself inside a shipping container during a game of hide-and-seek on January 11 and was found a week later in another country ... After a few hours, the container was loaded onto a cargo ship headed for Malaysia.
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How Russia dodges oil sanctions on an industrial scale

Economist 29 Jan 2023
In the year since the war in Ukraine began, once-dominant Western firms have pulled back from trading, shipping and insuring Russian oil ... The measures ban European imports of seaborne crude, and allow Russian ships to make use of the West’s logistics and insurance firms only if their cargo is priced below $60 a barrel.
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A Bangladeshi boy was playing when he got locked in a shipping container. He woke ...

Business Insider 28 Jan 2023
Commercial shipping containers waiting to be shipped at the port in Chittagong, Bangladesh ... Fifteen-year-old Fahim, identified only by his first name, was discovered in a shipping container in West Port, Malaysia, after the ship he was on journeyed six days from Chittagong, Bangladesh, according to Malaysian National News Agency Bernama.

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