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China's ship scrap import ban threatens ship recycling quality, says ISRA

China is already losing ground to other ship recycling nations, but the International Ship Recycling Association says its plan to ban importing vessels for scrap will spell the end for the some of the most environmentally-conscious and safe recycling facilities in the world

The International Ship Recycling Association bemoans the Beijing government’s decision, warning that owners may be forced to rely on yards with lower standards

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