Mark Szakonyi

Executive Editor, JOC.com Mark Szakonyi, based in Washington, D.C., covers railroads, U.S. transportation and trade policy, sourcing and ocean shipping.

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Yang Ming’s report of improving financial conditions comes a week after shares resumed trading on the Taiwan Stock Exchange on May 4.

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