Maersk Line: We need equal terms regarding the environment
It is good news that Hong Kong authorities consider establishing rules for cleaner fuel, says Maersk Line, which is one of the 18 shipping companies that are voluntarily using the cleaner, but more expensive fuel in the port. But the shipping company wants to see specific signs of change within the next year before committing to keep using the cleaner fuel. (UPDATED)
BY JAKOB VESTERAGER
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