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Japan pushes for EEDI changes

Negotiations over the future of the energy efficiency design index beyond 2020 are due to reach a conclusion over the next few months. Ahead of a high level environmental meeting next week, Japan wants to rectify what it sees as past mistakes for large bulkers and tankers and intensify demands from large containerships

The third-biggest shipbuilder wants to see 40% more efficient large containers built after 2022 and change the reference line for large tankers and bulkers

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