Regulation & Policy

Brazilian President Michel Temer is following through on a promise to privatize Brazilian port authorities.

The fight underscores how explosive the petition is becoming.

Transport and logistics services providers in India are disappointed and bewildered at government changes to a controversial tax.

Shippers and logistics operators at recent conferences didn't expect a massive capacity crunch to follow the rollout of an electronic logging mandate this year, but truckers warned there will be an impact.

If negotiations fail, it would be the second nationwide stoppage at major ports in two years.

The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund will announce the winner at the next meeting of its directors.

Direct links with Taiwan and South Korea would boost the economies of northern and central Luzon, the largest and most populous island in the Philippines.

The new center for e-customs clearance in the Russian northwest is located 37 from Russia’s busiest container port.

Legislators’ recent and rare interest in rewriting the Shipping Act of 1984 has been sparked by fear that the three shipping alliances have too much power and the Federal Maritime Commission doesn’t have a strategy to rein them in.

The Tokyo-based company has lost 8.9 percent of its value.