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Greeks say access to clean fuels is key to IMO deal

Greek shipowners, who control more than 16% of the world fleet, join the industry bodies welcoming last week’s MEPC 72 deal as ambitious and workable. But they emphasise that the agreement marks only the start of a ‘long and arduous’ road that requires not just shipowners but also states, fuel providers, shipbuilders, engine manufacturers and other stakeholders to work together to achieve the IMO’s goal

National shipowners’ union hails compromise as taking shipping ‘well beyond’ Paris Agreement

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