China's huge air pollution problems could benefit gas carriers

The Chinese government's efforts to reduce pollution in the world's most populous country are good news for gas carriers. In 2017, China's LNG imports grew by 50 percent, and demand could continue this year, projects JP Morgan.

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Snabe criticized for board positions beyond Maersk

Jim Hagemann Snabe has too many activities beyond serving as chairman of A.P. Moeller-Maersk, says major Norwegian investor KLP, and the company thus refrained from voting for Snabe at the recent Maersk general assembly. Read here how other shareholders stand on the Maersk chairman's various board postings.

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