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Business News from March 2009

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Commercial team boosted

March 27 - March 27 - Feedback from our readership, which includes over 7,000 shippers, shipping lines, ports and project freight forwarders all over the world, indicates that Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International is establishing itself as the must-read publ
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Agility revenues up

March 25 - March 25 - Agility has reported profits of US$526 million in 2008, compared to US$531 million in 2007, while revenue rose 16 percent to US$6.8 billion.
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Younger Niche assists in Angolan investment

March 16 - March 16 - A liquid gas plant in Soyo, Angola has been regularly receiving shipments of structural steel and cement from Younger Niche's project forwarding division.
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Exports to fall in 2009, warns WTO director general

March 6 - March 06 - The WTO did not succeed in reaching a final agreement on modalities for agriculture and industry - two key pillars of the Doha Round - at the end of last year, WTO director general Pascal Lamy told a press conference in Canberra.
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Heavy lift and transport helps Smit exceed 2007's record results

March 6 - March 06 - Rotterdam-based Smit Internationale has enjoyed bullish results in 2008, thanks in part to heavy lift and transport activities, achieving the marked increase in net results for the second half of 2008 that was predicted in August last year.
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Hamilton steels itself

March 4 - March 04 - In light of yesterday's news that U.S. Steel Corp., the largest U.S.- based steelmaker by sales, is idling most of its operations in Canada and laying off 1,500 workers because of falling demand, Hamilton Port Authority is committing to redoubl
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