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Status and trend of the global shipping finance focusing on Europe, China, and South Korea

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As European countries, China and South Korea are key players in global shipping industry, their shipping finance and related shipping policies have a huge impact on global shipping market. Therefore, this paper aims to analyse the status and trend of global shipping finance, especially focusing on Europe, China, and South Korea.

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The Belt & Road Initiative and the role that Mediterranean region should play

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This paper, elaborated by China Cosco Shipping, describes the major achievements of the Belt & Road Initiative (BRI). In particular, the article focus on the role played by the Mediterrenean region as a destination and a transit hub for the BRI.

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Shipping Update – 2018

The world economy performed better in 2017 with a growth of 3.7% against 3.2% the previous year. World seaborne trade growth also accelerated from 2.8% in 2016 to 3.7% in 2017. Global dry bulk trade growth accelerated from 1.3% in 2016 to 3.7% in 2017, while the growth in the oil trade inched down slightly from 4.2% to 2.5%. Container throughput growth accelerated sharply from 2.5% to 6.5%.


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The Silk Road: current state of affairs, investments in infrastructure and opportunities of a great development project

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Many economists and researchers of geo-economics define the One Belt One Road Initiative (OBOR), recently renamed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), as one of the most important investment projects in modern history. This paper, after an analysis of the main economic data, focuses on the investments (expanding the analysis to those not comprised in the 65 countries identified) and then moves on to take into consideration foreign trade of these countries and their bilateral trade with Italy.

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Port Indicators 1 – 2018

This publication is the result of a partnership between SRM and Assoporti. This six-monthly newsletter aims to offer an overview to the operators on the Mediterranean and on the meaning of the port dynamics developing in its wake. The report analyses the economy of the sea at the international and national level. The parameters selected are aimed at analysing year-on-year trends in maritime transport from the economic and infrastructural points of view. The indicators are grouped into four categories: 1) Italian port traffic: freight and passengers, 2) International Trade: Maritime import-export and SSS, 3) Indicators of Competitiveness, 4) Outlook on Major Canals and Port areas.

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Big Data-based analysis report on world’s top container shipping routes and ship types

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This paper is written by the Shipping & Port Big Data Laboratory (SPBD-Lab) of the Shanghai International Shipping Institute (SISI). In this report, the SPBD-Lab first divides the world into 31 regions, and then analyzes and studies the shipping routes defined by different combinations of ships connecting these regions, excluding those without any shipping capacity (334 shipping routes).  Then the SPBD-Lab figures out a corresponding performance indicator through comprehensive calculation of various data of each ship type sailing on the shipping routes. The indicator takes into account a slew of factors, such as ship busyness, proportion of newly commissioned ships, speed and shipping capacity to measure whether a ship type is popular on a shipping line, which can serve as a reference for shipping companies when they put ships into service.

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The cruise sector: results of an analysis of flows and the impact on competitiveness in Naples’ port system

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During the 2017, the Naples’s cruise passenger flows have dropped almost 29%. The decline is impressive despite the Italian ports expected slump and the touristic positive trend in Naples. In order to detecting explanatory features about this spread, we have reviewed some studies on cruise shipping. Thereby, we observe unexpected negative spillovers concerning touristic movements and carry out a short analysis of remarkable views in the Mediterranean cruise market. Furthermore, we suggest explanatory instruments both on the supply side and on the demand side. In addition, we realized that conflicting and cooperative cruise flows are able to anticipate the decline in the port of Naples.  Consequently, structural and geo-economic properties may explain the flow’s decrease.  We also have stated a function model with a residual accounting 0.001% on the 2017 Naples’s cruise pax flow. Finally, we have highlighted the role of the currency with a macroeconomic transport approach.

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Energy-geomatics characterization of open-sea energy corridors in the framework of energy security. A case study: LNG from Qatar

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This article has been elaborated by the Department of Energy of the Politecnico di Torino and its focus is on maritime energetic corridors with a case study on Ras Laffan in Qatar.

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Portuality of the Mezzogiorno: evolution of regulations and functions

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This article, elaborated by the Port Network Authority of the Ionian Sea, concerns the portuality of the Mezzogiorno (Southern Italy). In particular, it describes the evolution of regulations and the functions, with a focus on Italian ports and analyses of routes and traffic.

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Maritime sustainable development in the high north: green finance, alternative fuels and the northern sea-route

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This article explores how maritime transport can offer valuable opportunities for innovative sustainable development. The paper explains how ports and the maritime sector can benefit from new business models based on the growth of alternative fuels, such as hydrogen, green finance and the possibility of connecting Europe and Asia through the Northern Sea Route, now included in the One-Belt-One-Road (OBOR) strategy, promoted by the Chinese Government. The theoretical insights of the first part of the chapter are complemented by an extensive case study base on the Finnafjord (Iceland) greenfield port project, developed by bremenports. The article illustrates how innovative and forward-looking practices for ports can contribute to profitable investment ventures and promote sustainable local development.

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