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The Suez situation is a sign of changing trade times – maritime security analyst

The Suez Crisis unfolds as a pivotal moment in a shifting global landscape, reminiscent of globalised trade affiliations, as the world fractures into new bloc formations in a post-Covid continuum.

Suez Canal tops the ranks when it comes to shipping bribes

The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) has released the results and lessons learned from 10 years of collecting data of cancerous, corrupt demands in maritime trade.

Nigerian Government hires firm sacked over corruption in Congo

The Nigerian government has approved the award of a major maritime project to a company immersed in high-level corruption in two other African countries, PREMIUM TIMES has learnt.

The Insanely Lucrative Pirate Stock Exchange In Somalia

The earliest instance of modern stock trading occurred in Amsterdam with the Dutch East India Company. In order to raise capital, it sold shares to the public and paid dividends based on the success..

NPA, ICPC Inaugurate Anti-Corruption and Transparency Unit

The Nigerian Ports Authority, (NPA) in collaboration with the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences (ICPC) has inaugurated the NPA Anti-Corruption and Transparency Unit.

Chinese trawlers jeopardise India's maritime security

The presence of Chinese trawlers in the Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal jeopardises India's maritime security by fishing in India's EEZ.

Ports Authority Faces fraud investigation

Corruption has blighted an African ports authority following the suspension of its director general.