NYK Takes 100% Share in Vietnamese Subsidiary

first_imgzoom Japanese shipping company Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) has become the sole owner of its Vietnam-based subsidiary – NYK Line (Vietnam) Co. Ltd. Back in November 2006, NYK Line (Vietnam) Co. Ltd. was established as a joint-venture maritime transport agency between NYK and Vietnam’s  VOSA Group of Companies.NYK initially had 51% of equity shares in the company, with VOSA controlling the remaining 49%.NYK recently purchased VOSA’s shares, and the Vietnamese government approved the application for NYK Line (Vietnam) Co. Ltd. to become a wholly owned subsidiary of NYK.NYK carries about 300,000 TEUs to and from Vietnam annually through 12 direct liner services. NYK also serves the country with bulk shipping services, transporting cargo such as coal, wood chips, and industrial plant facilities.last_img read more

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Moving Sudanese northsouth peace pact forward will require redoubled efforts – UN

The 21-year conflict between the Sudanese Government and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) devastated a significant part of the vast African nation and took a heavy toll on its people. More than two million people died, four million were uprooted and some 600,000 people sought shelter beyond Sudan’s borders as refugees before the war was brought to an end with the signing of the CPA four years ago.In a statement issued today, the UN Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) commended the parties to the CPA for their achievements to date including the maintenance of the ceasefire. “Accomplishments and challenges over the past year such as the conduct of the Census and ongoing concerted efforts to restore normalcy in Abyei have reminded all of us of how vital partnership and mutual trust are to sustained and full implementation of the CPA and of how vital the CPA is to the peace process and to the people of Sudan,” the Mission stated.“Now, as implementation of the CPA enters another year, the milestones ahead ranging from elections and border demarcation to the launch of the DDR [disarmament, demobilization and reintegration] process will require the redoubled commitment of both the parties and the international community,” it added. The Mission said it stands ready to continue assisting the parties and the people of Sudan in fulfilling these commitments and achieving full and effective implementation of all aspects of the CPA. 9 January 2009While commending the parties to the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) that ended the long-running north-south civil war in Sudan for the progress achieved so far, the United Nations today marked the fourth anniversary of the signing of the pact by urging them to redouble their efforts on key goals such as elections and border demarcation. read more

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WCh 2011 All Stars Team – Seven players from seven NT no

← Previous Story Norwegian golden Era, Thorir Hergeirsson: “Girls wanted to win” Next Story → Vote for the World’s Best Female Player 2011! As some kind of tradition, special IHF’s jury announced the “Best Seven” players of the World Championship, but this time without MVP. The All Star Team of the World Championship 2011:Goalkeeper: Chana Masson (Brazil), Left wing: Emilia Turei (Russia), Left back: Andrea Penezic (Croatia), Centre back: Alison Pineau (France), Right back: Line Jörgensen (Denmark), Right wing: Carmen Martin (Spain), Pivot: Heidi Löke (Norway

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Valero Rivera in HBC Nantes until 2017

← Previous Story IK Savehof is Swedish Champion 2012! Next Story → IK Savehof domination in Sweden! Spanish left wing, Valero Rivera “Junior” (27) will stay in the French team HBC Nantes for four more years. The third best scorer of the French League this season with 143 goals, Rivera is on the Nantes’s plans for the future. Rivera has experience of playing for F.C Barcelona, Aragon, etc.He is also one of the Spanish NT candidates for the Olympic Games in London. French handballHBC NantesNantesValero RiveraValero Rivera Junior

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