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World Shipping (China) Summit


Venue: Pudong Shangri-La Hotel, Shanghai, P.R.C.

This conference is hosted by COSCO Group, Drewry Shipping Consultants, the Journal of Commerce and Maritime China. The program addresses all of the major shipping market sectors:

  • Ports and Shipping – Interactive Partnership
  • Overview of Shipbuilding, Shipping Finance, Law and Policy
  • Liner Shipping and Logistics
  • Energy, Resources and Shipping

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