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  • Corporate documents for all 19 ship-owning companies show that each has as sole shareholder the same corporate nominee, a firm in the British Virgin Islands called Nominee Director & Shareholder Limited.

    Iran's Hong Kong Shipping Shell Game

  • And King Power Holdings, the linchpin of this ship-owning portfolio, leads to an address in Iran.

    Iran's Hong Kong Shipping Shell Game

  • All 19 of these new ship-owning companies share the same Hong Kong address, that of their shared corporate secretary, Honorway Secretaries Limited—one of many Hong Kong companies offering incorporation services to a wide array of clients.

    Iran's Hong Kong Shipping Shell Game

  • Scratch the surface and Harvest Supreme tracks back to an Iranian address, as do 18 other obscure and interlinked Hong Kong ship-owning companies with names such as Grand Trinity Limited and Sparkle Brilliant Development Limited.

    Iran's Hong Kong Shipping Shell Game

  • All 19 of these new ship-owning companies share the same Hong Kong address, that of their shared corporate secretary, Honorway Secretaries Limited.

    Tehran's Ghost Fleet

  • HNA recently has moved to make several acquisitions, and also has drawn the ire of a number of ship-owning companies.

    China Dials Back Its Davos Presence in Holiday Week

  • Its characteristic that the Greek State loses around 1.2 billion Euros as a result of tax exemptions on ship-owning companies, while between 2005 and 2009 the profits of the country's 300 largest

    Greece's debt: The Hypocrisy of Neoliberalism

  • The burgomaster had advanced ideas in the ship-owning line.

    Falk, by Joseph Conrad

  • The Ship Registration Bill was in line with government's drive to create a business environment conducive to domestic ship-owning and operating activities, Transport Minister Mac Maharaj said on

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Mr. HOUSTON is still harping upon the CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER'S recent confession of his ship-owning gains, and laboured hard this afternoon to convince the Committee that shipowners in general were in no sense profiteers.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 153, July 25, 1917

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