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Meanwhile, maritime consultant Drewry said it believes the sale of G6 Alliance member APL's parent company Neptune Orient Lines is unlikely at this time, despite the line being a "habitual loss maker."
The future of the Export-Import Bank is still in doubt because it depends on passage of a long-term transportation bill that is expected to pass the Senate, but which faces strong opposition in the House.
The World Trade Organization’s Information Technology Agreement was expanded last week to include additional tariff cuts on high-tech trade.
The second quarter financial results of ocean carriers NYK, MOL and "K" Line reflected a weak Asia-Europe market and strong supply pressure.
The U.S. Senate also passed a long-term highway bill that will be debated by the House after the summer break.
The European Commission will now conduct an in-depth analysis under the EU's merger regulations before coming to a decision on FedEx's $4.8 billion offer to buy TNT.