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   Tax threat worries London Greeks
20/11/2007 
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   Transman order failure scrutinised for signs of things to come
16/11/2007 
The collapse of an order for panamax containerships has fuelled speculation that the first tangible sign of the US credit crunch has hit the shipping markets - but the Greek shipowner involved in the deal says that is not the case.
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   Transman order failure scrutinised for signs of things to come
16/11/2007 
The collapse of an order for panamax containerships has fuelled speculation that the first tangible sign of the US credit crunch has hit the shipping markets - but the Greek shipowner involved in the deal says that is not the case.
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   Navios MLP Prices at Midpoint in Troubled Market
15/11/2007 
Navios Maritime Partners (NMP)priced this week at $20, the midpoint of its range, to raise $200 million through the sale of 10 million shares, with a 1.5 million share over-allotment option currently outstanding. The deal was led byMerrill Lynch and JPMorgan, with the underwriting team rounded out by Cantor Fitzgerald, S. Goldman
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   Europe to start buying Azeri Gas via Turkey bypassing Russia
15/11/2007 
Monday, November 18, leaders from Greece, Turkey, the United States, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Italy will officially launch a new Turkey-Greece pipeline project along the Maritza River. The 300-kilometer-long natural gas pipeline will carry Azerbaijani gas to Europe, bypassing Russia. According to Turkish Energy Ministry officials, this will be the first time Caspian gas will reach Europe without going through Russia.
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   Battle of the seas at Sea Star Cyprus
14/11/2007 
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   How to Keep Your Company’s Reputation Afloat When You Spill Oil in the San Francisco Bay
14/11/2007 
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   TOP Tankers Announces Delivery of the First Drybulk Vessel
13/11/2007 
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   Speech by Panos Leivadas: Greece Today - Successes and New Priorities
12/11/2007 
SPEECH BY MR. PANOS LEIVADAS SECRETARY GENERAL OF INFORMATION, MINISTRY OF STATE 9th ANNUAL CAPITAL LINK FORUM, NEW YORK CITY, 11/09/2007
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   Hellenic Carriers AIM Float To Raise $60 Million
12/11/2007 
LONDON -(Dow Jones)- Hellenic Carriers said Monday it intends to seek admission of its shares to trading on AIM.
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   Piraeus port an appealing investment for foreigners
11/11/2007 
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   Indo Greek trade to reach one billion euros by 2010
11/11/2007 
Expressing the hope that the fifth session of Indo-Greek Joint Economic committee would pave the way for enhancing bilateral trade ties between the two countries, India's Commerce and Industry Minister Kamal Nath called for working towards doubling trade between India and Greece to reach and exceed one billion euros by 2010.
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   FreeSeas Raises $90 million in Transformational Equity Offering
29/10/2007 
Debt markets aside, FreeSeas this week successfully priced a followon offering led by Credit Suisse, Cantor Fitzgerald, Oppenheimer and DVB Capital Markets at $8.25 per share. This raised $90.75 million for the company through the sale of 11,000,000 shares while outstanding is an over-allotment option for 1,650,000 additional shares, worth $13.6 million. But this deal is more than just your ordinary follow-on offering. Source: http://www.marinemoney.com/freshlyminted/PDFFiles/2007/FreshlyMinted-Current.pdf
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   Greek cruises for ordinary folks
29/10/2007 
Stelios Haji-Ioannou said that easyCruise plans on adding one ship a year to the venture. By Haris Argyropoulos - Kathimerini English Edition
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   US court acquits Athenian officer
26/10/2007 
A Greek engineer has been cleared in California after a 12-month probe. By Bob Rust, Stamford, published: 26 October 2007 - Source: www.tradewinds.no
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   Papachristidis is considering move to the Philippines
26/10/2007 
Basil Papachristides is considering moving the Piraeus-based Hellespont tanker operation to the Philippines to take advantage of the country's growing maritime skills. Indeed, Papachristidis has confirmed the group's exclusive manning agency, Manila Shipmanagement and Manning (Manship), is to be turned into a full management company. Source: www.newsfront.gr, 26 October 2007 Vol. 8 / No. 40
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   Danaos orders five 12,600 TEU box ships at Hyundai Samho
26/10/2007 
Athens-headquartered Danaos Corporation (NYSE:DAC) has ordered five 12,600 TEU containerships. Source: http://www.marinelog.com/DOCS/NEWSMMVII/2007oct00223.html
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   Cargo fraud warning
26/10/2007 
SHIP agents are increasingly faced with attempts to obtain delivery of cargo using forged emails, according to the International Transport Intermediaries Club (ITIC).
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   Increase in shipping firms
24/10/2007 
The number of shipping companies based and active in Greece has grown by 4.7 percent in 2007 compared with last year, reaching 725 from 693 in 2006, according to Petrofin Research SA.
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   Market buzzes as Quintana looks at
19/10/2007 
US-listed bulk ship owner Quintana Maritime is to seek "strategic alternatives" according to chairman Corbin Robertson. In an announcement, Robertson said: "The board, in light of the significant increases in asset values experienced in the dry-bulk shipping industry during the past year, has concluded it is appropriate at this time to explore ways to enhance the company's value for its shareholders."
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   GO board taking Tartsinis to task
19/10/2007 
Money transfers made by GO's boss have come under close scrutiny.
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   Aegean Marine Petroleum On The Move
19/10/2007 
---"The price of chartering boats to ship iron ore and coal across the ocean has actually tripled, and Aegean is expanding with its purchase of Bunkers at Sea".
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   New proposal on track for Hellenic ports' privatization process
19/10/2007 
Hellenic state will retain a strategic share percentage and control over the country's two biggest ports in Piraeus and Thessalonica, according to the latest reports on the government's intentions. Both ports have entered a privatization process that so far has remained only in theory, especially after the two-month strike of port workers that almost paralyzed the country at the end of last year.
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   Gravity? What gravity’s that?
18/10/2007 
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   Event Review - Greek Ship Finance Forum, 18 October 2007
18/10/2007 
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   Oceanaut, Inc. enter into definitive agreements for purchase of nine vessels
17/10/2007 
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   Globus Maritime Announces a New 2-Year Time Charter Agreement for Panamax Vessel
17/10/2007 
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   Aegean Marine Petroleum Launches New Lubricant Service
17/10/2007 
Company to Complement Existing Marine Fuel Services with Exclusive Line of Own-Brand Lubricants; New Service to be Available Worldwide.
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