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PortSEurope: 10 most read articles in January 2023

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Vienna, Austria (PortSEurope) February 1, 2023 – Below are the 10 most read articles in January 2023 in PortSEurope by our global customer base.

Of these articles, the leading topics are the Anaklia deep sea port project in Georgia, and the development of Russian ports around the Caspian Sea – Olya and Solyanka.

Port of Chioggia welcomes the Viking Sky cruise ship
Iran orders ship to operate from Russia’s Caspian Sea port of Solyanka
Anaklia port saga: Georgia’s government confirms investment of $300 million
MSC’s Terminal Investment acquires Terminal Darsena Toscana, Livorno
Turkish port of Samsun starts service with Russia
Kombiverkehr acquires 10% of Rail Hub Milano
Port of Olya, the new pet project of President Putin
“Russian tsar of Thessaloniki” now owns 71.85% of city’s port. Russia and China via proxies now control Greece’s second largest port
Croatia joins the EU Schengen area – ports to benefit
Three more container ships to double the cargo capacity of the Middle Corridor between Aktau and Baku
Source: PortSEurope

In January 2023, PortSEurope added over 190 articles and now totals over 18,600 news items going back to 2017.

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