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Thu 17 April 2014





Etihad has investments in seven airlines, including Air Berlin, Virgin Australia and India's Jet Airways
Partnerships help boost Etihad revenues by 27%
Etihad Airways saw revenues grow 27 percent in the first quarter after the ambitious Abu Dhabi carrier flew significantly more passengers this year, buoyed by stakes in airlines around the world.
Maersk to raise Asia-Europe freight rates
Australia gives go-ahead to second Sydney airport
Australia's government has approved the construction of a second major airport in Sydney i
China Southern warns of Q1 loss on weaker yuan
LA, Long Beach ports may be held to environment targets
Air quality regulators, embarking on a bold new strategy to reduce smog in Southern Califo
Nansha third phase complete by end-2015
Partnership extends reach of Italian logistics providers
Italian logistics providers will be able to significantly increase their global reach foll
Japan Post, Isetan Mitsukoshi to expand tie-up

CSX profit feels winter chill in Q1
CSX Corp first-quarter earnings fell 14 percent as winter-related disruptions contributed
CN Rail to reach grain target, says CEO

Emirates appoints country manager
Emirates Airline has appointed Andrew Bunn as its new country manager for Singapore and Br
Globe Express names MD

Frankfurt aims to become perishables hub
K+N seeks to expand aerospace portfolio
Cargo crime soars 66%
Le Havre receives the biggest reefer vessel
News Round-Up
Special Feature
Express firms expect to outperform other airlines again in 2014
. . . but e-commerce puts strain on margins
Hanjing and Hyundai bank on alliances
Carriers extend coverage of Asia-Mideast trade
Passage of TPA will help fast-track key deals with members
China pushing for establishment of BCIM corridor
Zim to quit Asia-N Europe trade
Strikes add to Canadian gateway woes
Capacity drags down air and ocean carriers
view point
Mode shift a long-term trend that began as early as 2005
Cover Story
Relief as Asia-Europe rates rise
CNA 11Apr - 19Jun

Capacity drags down air and ocean carriers
Shipping lines and air cargo operators are facing the same profitability-destroying problem: Overcapacity.

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