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Thirteen People Missing after Ship Sinks off Taiwan

first_img Print  Close zoom Thirteen people are reported missing after a cargo ship sank off Taiwan on Monday and are feared dead.The ship, identified as Zhenhe 168, went down off Tiawan’s Xiquan Island around 5 a.m. Monday, Xinhua news agency informs.The sinking was reported by the owner of the boat 12 hours later, according to local maritime authorities.Search and rescue operation has been launched comprising of two patrol ships and a helicopter and is now in its second day, but there have been no signs of the crew.The wreckage has been found on Monday, Xhinhua reports.The cause of the incident is being investigated. My location World Maritime News Staff; Image: Coast Guard Administration of Taiwan 此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站?确定last_img

CannTrust applies to list its common shares on NYSE

VAUGHAN, Ont. — Licensed marijuana producer CannTrust Holdings Inc. says it has applied to list its common shares on the New York Stock Exchange.The Vaughan, Ont.-based pot company is the latest to seek a listing south of the border and access a broader investor base.For example, Canopy Growth Corp. has listed its shares on the Nasdaq and Aurora Cannabis on the NYSE, while HEXO Corp. has also filed an application to list on the NYSE.Beacon Securities analyst Russell Stanley says there are just five Canadian licensed producers currently trading on U.S. exchanges.Stanley says a U.S. exchange listing would significantly expand CannTrust’s profile and investor audience.CannTrust says its application to list on the NYSE remains subject to approval by the exchange and contingent on the satisfaction of all listing and regulatory requirements. read more