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A yard worker was killed when he fell during the demolition of the vessel Hanjin Rome in Bangladesh.
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NGO lashes out at scrapping practices in the wake of bankruptcies

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Workers pay the price when liquidators scrap vessels from bankrupt carriers on the beaches of South Asia, says NGO Shipbreaking Platform. One worker died during the scrapping of a Hanjin ship follow the carrier's bankruptcy.


BY NIKLAS KRIGSLUND
Published 13.07.17 at 12:03

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