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Unchecked corporate and national interests said to be threatening IMO governance

As global decarbonisation talks begin in London this week, the UN maritime agency is under renewed criticism of having sub-par accountability standards and lacking measures against corporate influence in decision-making process. Despite handing out a positive review of its administration, overall Transparency International’s assessment of the IMO was sombre

Study by anti-corruption body finds that IMO is endangered by conflicts of interest and inordinate flag state influence


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