Chinese investment boom could lift bulk rates

China's potentially increasing consumption of iron ore in 2015 could bring a small boost to the dry bulk rates, though they remain far below sustainable levels, says Platou.

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China's government is looking to fast-track and increase investments in facility and infrastructure projects for a total value of more than USD 1,000 billion, reports Bloomberg.

And Platou Markets describes the fast-tracked public investments as one of only a few good news for the dry bulk market at this time.

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