Carriers to get lower Chinese tariffs after antitrust verdict

The port of Tianjin was the tenth largest in the world in 2016. Photo credit: ShutterstockContainer lines calling Chinese ports are set to save CNY3.5 billion ($527 million) after the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) found that port service providers guilty of antitrust violations, including limiting tugboat and transshipment...

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