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EU lawmakers back controversial position on port-reporting rules

Every time a ship arrives in or leaves an EU port, maritime operators have to submit a set of legal reporting requirements. European lawmakers have endorsed a set of amendments for a harmonised ‘single window’

The divisive point in the position was supported by shipowners’ lobby but opposed by formidable forces in the EU’s ports sector

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