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China launches crackdown on arbitrary charges in maritime

Chinese regulators will examine all aspects of the maritime industry in the latest clampdown on operations that fail to support government policies to improve business. The probe is understood to be far reaching across the sector

China’s Ministry of Transport is investigating the maritime sector, seeking a widespread crackdown on any ‘arbitrary charges’ not aligned to President Xi’s call to reduce taxes and fees for market entities, especially for medium and small-sized companies

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