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Viewpoint: Biting the hands that feed us

Maybe ships will have to slow down, burn extra-virgin olive oil or eventually go back to using the wind with hand-knitted woollen sails, if we are to ignore the important criterion which suggests that whatever is decided, world trade should not suffer

Is there anything that will make the bulk of the population think more benevolently about the ships upon which they must depend to keep the lights on and their stomachs filled?

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