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01 Kitack Lim, International Maritime Organization

There are not too many businesses that would enjoy having their regulators as the most dominant force in the industry — particularly one as fragmented as shipping . It does not happen often. But this year there can be no question that the International Maritime Organization, led by secretary-general Kitack Lim, and its environmental rules have affected every single corner of the shipping industry in a way that far exceeds simple adherence and implementation to rules. And 2018 may have only been the start

The IMO secretary-general has seen his organisation's environmental regulations take over the industry in 2018 — and they should radically change the business over the next few decades

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