St. Lawrence Seaway Reopens After Ship Grounding

Friday, April 01, 2011

 On March 31, tugboats freed the Liberian-registered BBC Steinhoelft that grounded in the St. Lawrence Seaway, shutting down the seaway along the U.S.-Canada border for several hours.

 
(Source: Bloomberg)

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