China Shipping, Maersk Ink ‘Zeebrugge’ …

first_img Print  Close My location 此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站?确定 zoom China Shipping Group and Maersk Group signed the agreement about Zeebrugge (Belgium) terminal investment and relative cooperation in Brussels, on March 31st.China Shipping director and president Zhang Guofa and Maersk vice president Francois Delenclos signed the agreement. Chinese President Xi Jinping attended the ceremony and witnessed the signing process, as it is an important composition of Sino-Belgium economic and trade cooperation.The agreement stipulates that on the basis of China Shipping Terminal Development (Hong Kong) Company’s acquisition of 24% equity of Zeebrugge Terminal owned by Maersk APMT, the two sides will further strengthen strategic cooperation in terms of terminal businesses, and discuss the feasibility to jointly operate other container terminals. CN Shipping, April 2, 2014last_img read more

Jaffna university students to commemorate massacre of Tamils

Jaffna university students are to commemorate the “massacre” of Tamils in 2009 at a ceremony to be staged outside the university tomorrow.The Jaffna university student’s union has invited the public to attend the ceremony tomorrow morning. In a public notice, the Jaffna university student’s union says the death of hundreds of Tamils during the final stages of the war in 2009 was the biggest massacre of a single community. Northern Provincial Council member M.K Sivajilingham said earlier that the main event will be staged in Mullivaikal tomorrow.In the past the authorities had attempted to prevent the Mullivaikal commemoration events from being held as it was seen as paying respects to LTTE cadres killed during the war. (Colombo Gazette) Events to mark the remembrance of victims of the final war began in the North and East last week. Northern provincial council members and families of those killed during the final stages of the war attended the events. read more