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Greek shipowners back ‘ambitious but workable’ emissions plan

The Union of Greek Shipowners issues a rare statement to appeal for responsibility among IMO member states as well as NGOs in order to achieve a realistic global strategy on emissions. Polarising approaches could scupper the delicate political process required to achieve a deal, Greek owners warn

Largest national shipowning association raps recent non-governmental organisation report as ‘blatant sensationalism’

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