September 21, 2014

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Sunday September 21, 2014

    ‘Argentina needs a modern, competitive national merchant marine law’

      By Guillermo Háskel / Herald Staff

    By Guillermo Háskel

    “Since over 20 years ago, when the merchant shipping fleet was dismantled, the nation has been losing about US$5 billion dollars a year in freight, which means more than US$100 billion,” adds Horacio Guillermo Vázquez Rivarola, who has published 24 books on maritime issues in Argentina and Spain.

    Russia, Japan see future in Arctic

      By Washington Post & Blomberg News / (*)

    Gates-backed Canadian National Railway wins as Buffett’s BNSF falters

      By Bloomberg News via Washington Post / (*)

    Oil exports from Saudia Arabia to the US imperiled by shale boom

      By Bloomberg News via Washington Post / (*)

    Fungus stoked by warming threatens organic coffee from Mexico to Peru

      By Bloomberg News via Washington Post / (*)

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