Regulation & Policy

A new bilateral agreement could open China’s huge market to US rice as early as next year.

Union representatives and officials from the chief labor commissioner have had several rounds of negotiations.

The US trucking industry still relies on a pre-regulatory-era pricing model after 30 years of freedom to change it.

The government of Bangladesh has been rushing to provide relief to the port of Chittagong.

The growing popularity of the direct port delivery program has put pressure on the earnings of logistics companies.

South Asia is the leading growth market for container shipping.

US containerized imports are forecast to reach the highest-ever monthly total in August.

In technology speak, the collecting of data from ELDs is part of the so-called Internet or Network of Things.

It took the Competition Commission of Hong Kong almost two years to grant liners a block exemption from anti-trust laws, but the exemption order has been greeted with grumbling by shippers and carriers.

It took the Hong Kong regulator almost two years to grant liner shipping a five-year block exemption from complying with the Competition Ordinance, but it starts today.