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Diana Shipping calls off debt negotiations in spite of deficit

Greek-based Diana Shipping has called off negotiations with a series of lenders and has no plans to resume the talks, informs the carrier in relation to its third quarter interim report, which shows a deficit of USD 79.8 million.

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MSC to increase capacity of 11 vessels at Chinese yard

Container carrier MSC has signed a deal with a Chinese shipbuilder to increase the length of its 11 container ships, to boost their capacity to 17,000 teu. Competitor CMA CGM has also made a deal with the same yard, report several media.

Seadrill presents new business plan

The John Fredriksen-owned drilling company Seadrill, currently under Chapter 11 in the US, has released a new business plan. The plan indicates significant setbacks in revenue and earnings at Seadrill for the next five years.

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