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IMO greenhouse gas strategy offers short-term fix

A compromise greenhouse gas emissions reduction strategy earned the IMO praise from different corners of the maritime sector in a show of support for the deal. Broad satisfaction often came with warnings of need to lay the ground for the attainment of the strategy's targets

The European Commission, the International Chamber of Shipping, the UK and Maersk are among those who welcomed the decision to slash emissions by at least 50% by 2050

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