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Moore Stephens: Trust in shipping on the rebound

In the past three months, trust in the international shipping industry has increased to the highest level noted in 2015 so far.

The overall trust in the international shipping has in the past three months climbed to the highest level registered so far this year, according to new figures from accounting and consulting firm Moore Stephens.

But the biggest concerns for the market still related to low freight rates, overcapacity and the private equity funds' entry into shipping.

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