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$5.6bn green fund to buy LNG-powered vessels for Japan’s shippers

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 02 Mar 2021
... as this month to aid decarbonization efforts in the shipping sector.
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Weathernews ‘One Stop Shop’ for Weather Risk and Voyage Optimization

The Maritime Executive 26 Feb 2021
Tokyo-headquartered WNI Weathernews is already a heavyweight in the maritime market having supported ship masters and shore operators on millions of voyages over the last 50 years ... As a major source of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) shipping is a challenge for supply chains globally.
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Weathernews heads for the top as the �one stop shop� for weather risk and voyage ...

MENA FN 26 Feb 2021
(MENAFN - Blue-C) Tokyo-headquartered WNI Weathernews is already a heavyweight in the maritime market having supported ship masters and shore operator... .
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Royal Navy sailor is sacked for sexually assaulting sleeping crew mate after claiming his drink ...

The Daily Mail 25 Feb 2021
A Royal Navy sailor who sexually assaulted a junior colleague after a drunken night out in Tokyo hours after the Prince of Wales visited the ship has been dismissed. Able Seaman Sean Bramwell, 25, had gone for a few drinks with other sailors from his ship following the visit.
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Japan to begin COVID-19 shots for 36 million seniors April 12

Asahi News 25 Feb 2021
Doses for about 50,000 people will be shipped to local municipalities in the week starting April 5 ... Tokyo will get doses for about 2,000 people and Kanagawa and Osaka prefectures will each receive the same, said Taro Kono, the state minister in charge of administrative reform, who is also coordinating the vaccination program.
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China’s Naval Strength Gives It Crucial Clout in Negotiations around Asia

Voa News 25 Feb 2021
The sea is prized for fisheries, undersea fuel reserves and marine shipping lanes ... China and Japan agreed last year to start working-level talks on the East China Sea including a chain of disputed Japanese-controlled islets, as Tokyo answers growing Chinese naval strength by fortifying other islands with anti-ship missile batteries.
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Japan Pledges $5.7Mln for Mauritius Maritime Safety After Wakashio Oil Spill - Reports

Urdu Point 23 Feb 2021
TOKYO (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 23rd February, 2021) Japan's government will provide Mauritius with 600 million Yen ($5.7 million) to help the island nation to improve maritime safety in the wake of the major oil spill involving a Japanese bulk carrier, media reported on Tuesday.
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Tokyo stocks close higher on bargain hunting

The Siasat Daily 22 Feb 2021
Tokyo, Feb 22 . Tokyo stocks closed higher on Monday, bringing an end to a three-day losing streak, as investors picked up bargains following the market’s recent decline, with the risk appetite towards high-tech issues improving on hopes for US stimulus to further help reboot the pandemic-hit economy.
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Roundup: Tokyo stocks close higher on bargain hunting, hopes for U.S. stimulus

Sina 22 Feb 2021
TOKYO, Feb. 22 (Xinhua) -- Tokyo stocks closed higher Monday, bringing an end to a three-day losing streak, as investors picked up bargains following the market's recent decline, with risk appetite toward high-tech issues improving on hopes for U.S ... Shipping issues advanced on ...
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England Women will be under the spotlight in friendly with a difference

The Observer 21 Feb 2021
Second choice was likely a desire for Phil Neville to end his tenure as agreed, in the summer of 2021, after the taking the home nations team to Tokyo ... It would be hard to find a pairing with stronger Olympic credentials and that is exactly what England and Team GB need for the countdown to Tokyo.
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Tokyo Lodges Protest Over Chinese Ships' Entry Into Japanese Coastal Waters

Urdu Point 20 Feb 2021
TOKYO (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 20th February, 2021) Tokyo has lodged a protest with Beijing after two Chinese ships entered the Japanese coastal waters near the disputed Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea, the Kyodo news agency said on Saturday ... Later, two vessels approached the disputed islands, with one of the ships carrying a gun.
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Taiwan concerned about Chinese destabilising actions

Beijing News 19 Feb 2021
Taiwan has expressed concerns about the Chinese aggression and destabilising actions near the Diaoyutai islands, after Chinese coast guard ships sailed near the disputed islands. Situated in East China's Sea, the uninhabited islands also known as Senkakus in Japan -- are claimed by Taipei, Beijing and Tokyo, Taipei Times reported.
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