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Viewpoint: Regulated to death

An explosion of technology that could well facilitate deep ocean mining, the control of extensive oceanic areas to protect threatened species, or industrial fishing, have provoked a need to update the UN Law of the Sea. But that could mean restrictions on operating shipping in those once free seas

Some robust championing of the IMO and its role is possibly important, when other agencies seem to be muscling in on the regulatory regime

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