Platts monthly commentary: As demand begins to revive, fears of a new Asia-Europe rates war mount

June 2, 2020 Gavin van Marle

The easing of lockdowns, especially across much of Europe, has helped demand for container freight gradually get back on its feet to take the first tentative steps toward recovery.
After a few months in which demand tumbled around the world, the re-opening of some shops, with more expected in the coming weeks, has resulted in a sudden jump in demand, especially as there are large numbers of vessels out of the ...

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