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  • The report noted fierce competition in the world's shipping industry, saying charter rates are already at an all-time low and the Asian crisis possibly signaling that they will fall even further.
  • Lord Hoffmann ( with whom Lord Hope gave a concurring judgment ) noted that it had always been assumed that damages for late delivery were the difference between market and charter rate.
  • The Moorings estimates that the boat would generate $ 1, 708 a month in charter revenue the first year, rising to $ 1, 978 a month the fourth year, as charter rates increase.
  • Transactions in shipping are normally quoted in US dollars-from the cost of the vessel itself, charter rates, freight rates, bunkers ( ship fuel ), spare parts, salaries for foreign officers, lubricants and stores.
  • In 1944 the five vessels were noted as being unique in the commercial shipping world as described in a decision by the Comptroller General of the United States concerning issues in setting wartime charter rates.
  • Evan Thomas, Radcliffe obtained 6 of these vessels together with the " Samskern " a vessel lent to the Ministry of War Transport under the Lease-Lend system at a charter rate of a dollar a year.
  • Shipowners are saying, however, that the cost of the added coverage is being passed along in the form of higher charter rates, which in the last week have risen 10 percent to 15 percent on many ships.
  • Dan-Air and Britannia Airways, the UK's leading charter airlines, feared that without reciprocal foreign regulatory approvals Laker would be forced to dump this additional widebody capacity on the European charter market, creating excess capacity that would collapse charter rates.
  • Bauer said that while he was unfamiliar with the document, he believed it reflected a narrow question about whether it was legal to pay commercial rather than charter rates when flying near but not exactly from a city served by commercial airlines.
  • Koh said, adding that tanker charter rates tracked by the agency rose to more than US $ 15, 000 a day in the first half of 1995 and are now hovering between US $ 20, 000 and US $ 25, 000 a day.
  • The charter rate for very large crude carriers, which carry two million barrels of oil, had peaked at $ 309, 601 per day in 2007, and has dropped, as of 2012, to $ 7, 085 per day, far below the operating costs of these ships.
  • "( Specter ) should not be allowed to circumvent the requirements of ( election law ) by paying less than the normal and usual charter rate Koro charged other customers, " the FEC said in its report, which came out of a normal audit for all presidential campaigns.
  • The average one-year time charter rate for a 5-year-old tanker of 280, 000 metric tons of deadweight varied from $ 56, 500 per day in December 2005 to $ 53, 000 per day in September 2007 with a high of $ 64, 500 per day in September 2006.
  • Very large crude carrier charter rates " are rising, and people are looking at the firmer tanker rates and the possibility that there may be some upside for Keppel and Sembawang, " said Siow Sok Chuang, head of research at Lum Chang Securities Pte ., a Singapore stock brokerage.
  • When Americans offered military aircraft to ferry soldiers from other nations to Sierra Leone, the Pentagon's charter rates for the job _ based on a complicated formula involving not only the cost of the plane but the numbers of passengers allowed on each flight given conditions in Freetown _ were far higher than those of commercial airlines or private charter companies, officials said.
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