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IMO urged to consider public access reform

The International Maritime Organization Council will meet next week to discuss the governance and transparency reforms it could put into effect over the next few years. Transparency International has come out to push the IMO to press ahead with transparency-improving reforms, explicitly opposing countries such as the US, UK and Panama who do not want changes in public access to the IMO and its meetings up

Corruption watchdog that had criticised the IMO for weak governance warns reforms are necessary to put the GHG emissions strategy into effect

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