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Earlier concerns that electronic trading would reduce the need for traditional shipbrokers have diminished over the years, with the leading firms evolving into diversified businesses offering a wide range of maritime services, while still recognising the need for personal contact with their customers

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London remains the international centre for shipping litigation, thanks to the English law settlement clauses built into many contracts

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