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Singapore Maritime Week

Asia’s annual flagship shipping event is underway in Singapore this week and the Lloyd’s List team are leading the news agenda as an estimated 30,000 maritime professionals attend over 40 events. Keep up to date on what’s happening here.

 

SMW: It’s time to demand a little more depth from the digital revolution

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