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China spreads its tentacles with arms exports

Beijing News 25 Feb 2021
In the past five years it has sold three frigates to Algeria; two corvettes plus two second-hand submarines and two frigates to Bangladesh; one patrol boat to the Ivory Coast; four offshore patrol vessels (OPV) to Malaysia; two patrol craft and a landing ship to Mauritania; two ...
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Bangladeshi ship repaired in Paradip

The Times of India 06 Feb 2021
The tug belonging to Svitzer Offshore, a Maersk Shipping subsidiary, had sailed to Paradip from Chittagong port, Bangladesh, solely for carrying out these propulsion system repairs. This is first in a series of Svitzer ships expected to come from Bangladesh for dry docking.
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Two Korean shipping firms were world's worst shipbreaking dumpers in 2020: NGO

Korea Times 03 Feb 2021
Out of 630 commercial ships and offshore units sold to scrap yards in 2020, 446 large tankers, bulk carriers, floating platforms, and cargo and passenger ships were broken down on beaches in South Asia ― those in Gadani on the south coast of Pakistan, Chattogram on the southeast coast of Bangladesh, and Alang on the west coast of India.
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Bangladesh moves third group of Rohingya refugees to offshore island

Marietta Daily Journal 29 Jan 2021
Jan. 29—DHAKA — Bangladesh has moved a third group of Rohingya refugees to an offshore island in the Bay of Bengal from a crowded refugee camp in its south-eastern district of Cox's Bazar, officials said on Friday. Four navy ships ... .
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Partners exit Bangladesh offshore block

Offshore Energy Today 19 Jan 2021
Partners in the exploration block SS-11, located offshore Bangladesh, have decided to relinquish their interests in the block, according to KrisEnergy. The post Partners exit Bangladesh offshore.. ... .
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Bangladesh sends second group of Rohingya refugees to offshore island

Marietta Daily Journal 29 Dec 2020
Dec. 29—DHAKA — Bangladesh has sent a second group of Rohingya refugees to an offshore island in the Bay of Bengal from a crowded refugee camp in its south-eastern district of Cox's Bazar, officials said on Tuesday. Navy ships in ... .
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Full recovery only by 2022, $5-trillion economy plan on track, says Allianz#39;s Ritu Arora

Moneycontrol 27 Nov 2020
Sunil Shankar Matkar ... It will also be the year when global economy will normalise after a sharp recovery in 2021 purely due to the base effect, says Arora ... Q ... Ritu Arora ... Do you think India will become a manufacturing hub even though there is competition from countries like Indonesia and Bangladesh?. India is already a world leader in offshore services.
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Coal exporters should brace for disappointment

Asiatimes 16 Sep 2020
Indonesia is targeting Bangladesh, Pakistan and Vietnam as China and India seek to curb thermal-coal imports into the long term ... Furthermore, it looks increasingly like Vietnam, Bangladesh and Pakistan are going to disappoint those hoping for more demand growth from these countries ... Bangladesh set to abandon coal push.
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Delayed Bangladesh licensing round hits skids over Covid-19

Upstream Online 07 Sep 2020
Bangladesh has indefinitely shelved its already delayed ...
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Regime change in US could mean reset for China relations

Asiatimes 25 Aug 2020
Since labor-intensive, low-value manufacturing shifted to Asia decades earlier, the Trump tariffs simply forced the offshoring manufacturer to look for other low-cost countries, such as Vietnam and Bangladesh.
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Nepal, Bangladesh growth to top India, China

The Times of India 10 Jun 2020
the tiny Caribbean nation of , which according to the 's latest Global Economic Prospects report, is forecast to grow by 51.1% in 2020-21 - fuelled by the beginning of oil production in an offshore field ... Bangladesh 1.6%, 1.5%, Nepal ...
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At least 81 killed as Cyclone Amphan batters India and Bangladesh

Herald Mail 22 May 2020
The cyclone traveled inland into Bangladesh, where nine more deaths were confirmed, according to disaster management official Nitay Dey Sarkar ... Low-lying areas in coastal districts and offshore islands in Bangladesh and India experienced water surge up to 5 meters (16 feet) above the astronomical tide.
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