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Lloyd's List Investigates

Flag states failing to meet casualty reporting rules

More than half of accident investigation reports that are required to be submitted to the IMO for analysis have not been filed, according to research carried out by Lloyd’s List into very serious casualties that took place between January 2014 and March 2018

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