Attorney Christos Timagenis argues special treatment for shipping is not unique to Greece and government must forcefully defend the existing regime
- Greek owners pledge that European tax assault will not topple them
- Greeks fire back in tax spat with Brussels
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Pair of vessels plus four options mark owner’s first order at yardGlobal LNG fleet to expand 9% this year, 10%...
Funds from preferred stock offering likely to be applied to 13-bulker programmeSafe Bulkers sees 30% drop in earnings
Costamare heads owners tapping finance as shipping takes centre stage on Li’s Athens visitChinese policy banks continue...
But separate dispute with Ironridge rumbles onNewLead takes its first new...
Five bidders proceed to due diligence in Piraeus Port Authority sell-offGreek ports enter a new era
Oaktree will control 61% of $1bn Nasdaq-listed company with Petros Pappas as chief executiveIt’s time to pick your...
Foundation of Signal Maritime does not mean splitting the Thenamaris fleet, says ownerThenamaris heads new Greek LNG...
The hidden loans that sank Nanjing Tanker
A special Lloyd’s List investigation goes behind Nanjing Tanker’s great...
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