The forecasts are all positive when it comes to global economic development but the risk factors have not diminished. Finans can guide you through the bright spots and the pitfalls of the global economy in 2017.
BY KELD LOUIE PEDERSEN, FINANS Published 29.12.16 at 11:22
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Authorities are doing too little to enforce the rules regarding shipbreaking, says the chairman of the ESRA association of EU shipyards. He explains that ships often leave Europe without the necessary approvals.
India will spend USD millions on improving the conditions at shipbreaking facilities in Alang, to ensure that they comply with international rules and regulations. Some of the money for the project comes from Japan.
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