12 February 2014
2014 is off to a good start, as global economic growth is already stronger than anticipated three months ago. At the end of January, the IMF upwardly adjusted its estimates for global economic development in 2013-2015. Amongst the countries receiving noticeable positive adjustments were the US, Japan, Spain, UK, China and India.
16 June 2014
The recovery in the advanced economies continues to strengthen as fiscal consolidation is slowing down and investors are less worried about the debt situation. We have seen this with several southern European nations now being able to tap into the financial markets once again at interest rate levels signalling improved health.
08 October 2014
Shipping being a derived demand of global economic growth will see lower demand in coming years, all other things being equal, than was previously expected.
15 June 2015
The global macroeconomic scene has become more volatile, with prominent factors such as oil prices and global currencies causing a commotion.
22 October 2018
BIMCO and the participating administration of the Paris Memorandum of Understanding of Port State Control (Paris MoU) have updated the pamphlet “The Inspection Regime on Paris MoU”.
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