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Greek seafaring at a crossroads

Adverse conditions at home has apparently reignited interest in a career at sea. But as the Greek flag suffers from a shortage of available Greek senior personnel, can the country’s shipping stakeholders nurture that initial appetite into an expanded workforce?

A revitalised interest in a career at sea collides with increased financial obligations for Greek seafarers

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