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Shipowners: EU decision hurts IMO's CO2 efforts

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The EU's decision on Thursday to include shipping in the European Emissions Trading System hurts the IMO's efforts to reduce CO2 emissions, say the European Community Shipowners' Associations and the International Chamber of Shipping.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 16.12.16 at 14:59

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