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- ONE posts second quarter profit despite revenue, volume declines
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- US to widen action against Chinese tech groups beyond TikTok target
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- Panama ports first half box throughput up 14pc to 3.8 million TEU
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- 100 dead, 4,000 injured in Beirut port ammonium nitrate blast
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- EU Commission clears Alstom's takeover of Bombardier Transportation
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- Gebruder Weiss spends US$7.9 million on Vienna ecommerce hub
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