Shipping industry stakeholders give a sobering and downbeat look at the realities of shipping in the Arctic.
Russia’s Northern Sea Route and Canada’s Northwest Passage are two Arctic thoroughfares that can cut shipping time for foreign vessels travelling between Asia and Europe. In the coming years, traffic in these passages is set to increase as companies look for quicker access to new markets and save on fuel.
Ukrainian companies call on western banks to continue to support them and slam the “aggressive” and “illegal” actions of Russia.
Alternative financiers have yet to make a serious dent in the commodities space.
US Exim announces that James Burrows has been named the senior vice president for its small business group.
South African-headquartered bank, Investec has announces two new hires.
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