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Spain backs Mediterranean emissions control area

With pressure building for a 0.1% sulphur limit in the Mediterranean Sea, Spain is throwing its weight behind the stricter emissions rules but wants a global, not a regional, agreement.

Spain favours an emissions control area in the Mediterranean but warns against a unilateral move by the European Union


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