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There is a lot of investment in Africa, particularly from the Chinese. I am sure the potential is there – but how many years have we been saying Africa has potential?” 

BIMCO’s Chief Shipping Analyst Peter Sand comments: “Free trade provides prosperity and peace. It’s a fundamental principle to cherish and safeguard. All trade-restrictive measures are in principle bad for shipping.

Even worse for shipping could be short-sighted political positions that may have lasting consequences for everyone involved in global industries like shipping if a largescale trade war emerges”

The Mozambique port plays a major role in linking regional production, mining and commercial hubs to the markets of South East Asia, says DP World. It is almost entirely focused on origin and destination throughput and is the main shipping terminal for landlocked regions such as Gauteng Province, Swaziland, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Malawi.

Container Shipping: A Year Where Fleet Growth And Demand Growth Are The Same

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Demand also grew on the Far East to Sub-Saharan Africa trades, +5.9% for the full year of 2017 (2.8m TEU). Another ”lower volume trade” that grew strongly in 2017 was the Far East to South and Central America trade lanes – shipping 3.6m TEU during 2017, up by 10.7% on last year.

BIMCO forecasts demand to grow by 4.0-4.5% against a fleet growth of 3.9% in 2018. The IMF January update of its World Economic Outlook, significantly lifted expected GDP growth in advanced economies for 2018 and 2019, and growth in advanced economies is generally good for container shipping demand.

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Having experienced falling freight rates from August to year-end in 2017, most liner companies were successful in pushing rates higher in early January 2018. Most of them managed to hold onto most of the gains they achieved, considering October and November were challenging in terms of very low demand growth. The weak demand came from the Far East to Europe trade, and on the Intra-Asian transport. Demand also grew on the Far East to Sub-Saharan Africa trades, 

China and the Mediterranean: Open for business?

Greece is currently a key terminus for the MSR. In 2008 a lease arrangement was signed for two terminals at the port of Piraeus. China Ocean Shipping Company (COSCO) then acquired a majority stake in the port in August 2016

The shipping of goods to European markets via Piraeus is more time- and cost-effective than via ports in other parts of Europe

Ministry of Transport in China, discusses maritime shipping in a geopolitical context. For Jia Dashan, maritime shipping occupies a central place in both China’s traditional and non-traditional security

What is Somaliland’s strategic importance?

Thirty per cent of all shipping in the world passes this point on the north-east edge of Africa, where the water narrows to a few kilometres opposite Yemen

Somaliland is positioned along the Gulf of Aden near the entrance to the Bab al-Mandeb, a major sea-lane through which almost one-third of the world’s shipping passes we insist.

At the close of another hot day on the coast of Djibouti, a tiny country on the Horn of Africa, workers are clambering over huge concrete cubes beneath a red crane.

Djibouti sits at the southern entrance to the Red Sea, en route to the Suez Canal — a waypoint between Africa, India and the Middle East.

The Horn of Africa has also attracted security-related investments in recent years. Djibouti has become a hub for foreign military bases; China, France, Italy, Japan, and the United States all have facilities in the country.

New Beijing-Mexico City flight spotlights growing bilateral ties

China's Hainan Airlines has inaugurated the first direct Beijing-Mexico City flight operated by a Chinese airline, underscoring growing bilateral ties between the two countries.

China is Mexico's second-leading trade partner and one of its top foreign investors, said the official.

Qiu Xiaoqi, China's ambassador to Mexico, echoed that China-Mexico ties have flourished in the past five years.

For China, "Mexico is a very important partner, not just in Latin America, but also worldwide," said Qiu. 

USA in Africa 4.0?

Kenya, an important player on the continent in the US war on terror, has been mired in political uncertainty after two fraught elections and bursts of violence.

Vietnam’s steel sector looks likely to suffer under the tariffs US president Donald Trump launched this week. The ultimate impact of the tariff regime is still unclear, particularly as the US already moved late last year to impose tariffs on steel products from Vietnam after an investigation into whether Chinese steel companies were shipping steel through Vietnam to avoid US import tariffs.

Morocco is strategically positioned within global value chains in the automotive and aviation sectors and as a trade hub between Europe and Africa

Tunisair looks to African routes as European battle brews

Tunisair is counting on new African routes to drive passenger growth as it prepares for increased competition for flights to and from Europe under an “Open Skies” agreement with the EU.

However the African passenger numbers are growing far faster - they increased by 27 percent in that period year-on-year, compared with a 4.0 percent rise in European route passengers.

A pivot towards Africa will not be easy.

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African states have been called upon to be more proactive in the quest for effective intra-African trade

According to Prof Botchway, intra African trade is not new to the continent. He recalled the various trans-African routes from the west coasts of Africa to the Sahel regions of Africa and beyond in addition to the caravan routes that traversed other parts of Africa.

Since 2009, implementation of trade-restrictive measures amongst global trading partners has become more widespread according to World Trade Organisation (WTO). Fortunately, trade-facilitating measures have kept up well to limit some of the damage done. Just yesterday, the African Continental Free Trade Area (ACFTA) proved to be the latest of its kind.

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