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Sanctions on Venezuela start to bite

The South American nation is turning its focus to other destinations to divert the volumes affected by sanctions to head instead to alternatives such as China, Russia and India. However, questions remain about tonnage availability and Venezuela's production capability

Shipowners are less exposed to sanctions if they are not dealing with PDVSA directly, but there can be operational and legal risks

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