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The global sulphur cap is about attitude, not technology

We should not be surprised that Denmark fully supports IMO 2020, so choosing to hold the IBIA convention in Copenhagen was the safe option

While the Copenhagen shipping community is fully behind the date and the process of IMO 2020, there are many in shipping who will struggle to accept that putting the environment before the commercial imperative is the best policy

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