Newest international maritime grouping will look to transcend national and geographical interests
Cities the world over are polishing their offerings to the maritime sector in a bid to attract the industry’s cash, jobs and expertise. Companies have an unprecedented choice of viable locations for their offices, and maritime cities are doing their utmost to alter policy and market their strengths to attract business. Lloyd’s List brings the truth behind the marketing efforts, gauging the actual strengths and weaknesses of a maritime cluster, to help your business decide where it needs to be.
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