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China to expand ECA to cover all territorial waters

Chinese government has proposed a plan to make the entire territorial waters subject to a 0.5% sulphur cap from January 1, 2019. Beijing’s schedule will be 12 months head of that of the International Maritime Organization deadline

Move fits into the IMO’s climate change agenda to reduce shipping emissions and Beijing’s national strategy to clamp down on air pollution, said an official from the China Maritime Safety Administration

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