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The intangible value of Piraeus

Why COSCO wants all of Piraeus, not only the containers By Costis Hadjimichalis[1] What exactly did the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF)[2] and the Greek government sell to COSCO at the shockingly low amount of 280.5 million Euro at once … Continue reading

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“Greening” America’s Ports | The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach

by Brendan Colgan A competitive global economy forces ports to compete with one another for trade and fosters a cut-throat mentality: ‘expand or be forgotten’, ‘cut costs otherwise your competitor will’. As a result, green initiatives are often put on … Continue reading

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