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Anwar Leads Harvest of Four Tons of Tilapia in Bambu Apus

Berita Jakarta 24 Apr 2024
3, RT 01/02 Bambu Apus, Cipayung, Wednesday (4/25). The fish harvest is planned to be sold to the market ... They are synergizing with Bank Indonesia and the Jakarta Maritime, Agriculture and Food Security Agency (KPKP) to procure fish seeds ... .
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Switzerland-based Smartenergy opens new office in ADGM

GCC Business News 19 Apr 2024
... in renewable infrastructure and innovative solutions for hard-to-abate industries as well as the aviation and maritime sectors ... Emirates NBD launches Priority Banking Visa Infinite Credit Card ....
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Oil prices fall after Iran denies ground damage from Israeli attack

The National 19 Apr 2024
Tehran has previously indicated it could close the maritime route if necessary. Higher oil prices could prompt global central banks to rethink plans to cut interest rates.
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Hapag-Lloyd tipped to seek out acquisition targets

Splash24/7 17 Apr 2024
... CEO of advisory Vespucci Maritime, in a LinkedIn post today. Analysts at Jefferies, an investment bank, meanwhile, suggested Hapag-Lloyd might look to boost its capacity through the charter markets.
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ECSA: Incentivizing banking sector will drive ESG transformation in the maritime industry

SAFETY4SEA 16 Apr 2024
... to cultivate an ESG-driven maritime culture ... In order to enhance the ESG culture within the maritime industry, the banking sector should be incentivised to finance the transition of the industry.
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Wind revolution sees British funding shift focus from shipbuilding to cleantech

Tradewinds 15 Apr 2024
Now rising close to its banks, is a new sign of the times and fresh investment in British maritime ...
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In Kanniyakumari, Wadge Bank is the election issue residents want to talk about… and resolve

Hindustan Times 14 Apr 2024
As per the 1976 India-Sri Lanka agreement on the maritime boundary between the two countries, the Wadge Bank falls within India's exclusive economic zone (EEZ), and the agreement states that India ...
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Five banks win battle to fund vessel electrification drive in Singapore

Tradewinds 11 Apr 2024
Five banks have been selected by Singapore’s maritime regulator to ...
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Banks start increasing savings interest rates

Vietnam News 11 Apr 2024
Six banks, including VPBank, Sài Gòn-Hà Nội Bank (SHB), Eximbank, Hồ Chí Minh Development Bank (HDB), Vietnam Maritime Bank (MSB) and Kienlongbank, have increased their deposit interest rates since April.
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TURTLE: Technology and data are crucial to achieve industry’s ESG targets

SAFETY4SEA 11 Apr 2024
As an industry we should work on making maritime careers more attractive ... The further roll-out of ESG-related loans by banks, that include performance indicators, could significantly increase ESG awareness and action in the maritime sector.
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Modi government’s attempt to explore gas and oil in biodiversity-rich Wadge Bank roils the Kanniyakumari ...

Hindustan Times 11 Apr 2024
As per the 1976 India-Sri Lanka agreement on the maritime boundary between the two countries, the Wadge Bank falls within India’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ), and the agreement states that India ...
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Humans have 2 years left 'to save the world' says UN climate chief as he ...

Fox31 Denver 11 Apr 2024
He called for more financial aid, not just loans, and more money from different groups like banks, the International Maritime Organization, and the G20, the world's 20 most powerful economies.
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Three reasons why shipping transactions have not yet been digitalised

Splash24/7 10 Apr 2024
In an era where digital transformation has revolutionised many industries such as banking and real estate, the maritime sector stands as a notable exception ... The maritime sector has a long history rooted in traditional practices and manual paperwork.
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UN climate chief presses for faster action, says humans have 2 years left 'to save ...

The Nashville Ledger 10 Apr 2024
He called for more financial aid, not just loans, and more money from different groups like banks, the International Maritime Organization, and the G20, the world's 20 most powerful economies.
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