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Consultants: Downturn could halt ballast water market

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UK-based Global Water Intelligence projected in 2015 that the market for ballast water systems held potential for investments of up to USD 45.6 billion over five years. But the current crisis in the shipping sector makes today's estimate more modest.


BY DANIEL LOGAN BERG-MUNCH
Published 03.02.17 at 12:44

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