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Bimco: Insufficient sulfur resolution would weaken the IMO

Implementing and not least enforcing global sulfur requirements will be a test of the IMO's legitimacy, according to Bimco's Deputy Secretary General, Lars Robert Pedersen, in comments today to ShippingWatch, as the crucial sulfur meeting begins in the IMO.

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This week, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) will begin its first test in a series of challenges ahead to 2020.

This test is one of the most important to date for the UN organization. It consists of implementing and efficiently enforcing global sulfur requirements set to take effect in two years.

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